Nature is the best artist and source of inspiration which organizes shapes perfectly. Any one enjoys taking such beautiful pictures. Each object has an easily identifiable shape as leaves, flowers, pebbles seashells have unique and complex shapes. Even the wind creates a pattern in the sand as it blows across the dune. Trees in the forest appear to be random and if we try to take a snapshot of a point, they form a pattern. In this post, you will notice the deep beauty of nature. Nature has designed everything with a great composition and reflects a message for us.

Here is the showcase of 30 different patterns and Photography.

1. Dots Many Colored Dots

The side of the now extinct University Square Mall in downtown Madison, Wisconsin.


2. Seven Points of Love

This photo was taken on April 24, 2006 using a Fujifilm FinePix F470.


3. Why is a focal point important

The image now has a point on to which the viewer’s eye can settle without wandering indefinitely all around the scene.


4. Vertical Reality

Everywhere we go, there are beautiful things to be seen no matter how dull we think the cityscape is at first sight.


5. Funny Stripes

The night light is replete with colorful stripes on the side of a building in Baraboo, Wisconsin.


6. Flex Pattern


7. Rank and file

This photo was taken on May 15, 2008 in Pueblo, Colorado, US, using a Canon Power Shot S2 IS.


8. Geometry Sculpted

A detail of a modern abstract sculpture in front of a commercial high rise building highlights its geometric pattern and color effects from the sunlight. Taken with the EF 70-200mm f/4L USM tele zoom.

9. Fragments of urban life

This Snap was shot by Bared.


10. Human spider web

This Photograph was taken by Sylvia Rossler.


11. koyaanisqatsi patchworki

This photo was taken on March 23, 2006 in Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region, CL, using a Sony DSC-S60.


12. Nature’s Patterns

I always enjoy finding patterns and would like to do more of it than I have of late. This is one I shot recently of a sunflower in our garden.


13. Epcot Dome

This photo was taken on July 2, 2010 using an Olympius E-PL1.


14. Let Me Fall Into the Dream of the Astronaut

This photo was taken on June 16, 2008 in Anaheim, California, US, using a Canon EOS 5D.


15. Patterns and Textures

Even if you don’t come across the perfect pattern…. you can always create one in Photoshop.


16. Odd one out

This photo was taken on January 24, 2007 using a Canon EOS 400D Digital.


17. Chameleon fish

f7.1, 1/25s, location Singapore. These discusses all different were shot at a local fish show. Layered in PS.


18. Angry Auger

A large (and equally old) train-mounted auger on an old relic in North Freedom, Wisconsin.


19. Parrot

This Snap was Shot by Michael Fischer.


20. Herringbone Pattern

This photo was taken on October 2, 2010.


21. Primary kayaks


22. Giant Lobelia

The leaves of a giant lobelia plant, photographed on Mount Kilimanjaro’s Shira Plateau in Tanzania, spiral around the center.


23. Iron Clad Forest

Close-up of a Computer CPU heatsink.


24. Straws

This Photograph was Made with Canon EOS Elan II E (EOS 50E; EOS 55) 35mm SLR Camera.


25. Show Me The Money

Received honorable mention in August Photo Review at Roswell Photographic Society. Theme was Repetitive Shapes/Patterns.


26. Roof Tiles

This Snap was Shot by using Nikon 80-200mm, 1/80 sec at F14.


27. Three Worlds

A fleeting moment along the Seine Paris, France.


28. Arches

This Photograph was Made with Nikon Cool pix 880 (E880) Digital Camera.


29. Continuum

I visited a sawmill in Sweden and was entranced by the shapes and patterns of the stacked timber. This was a stack of irregular sized pieces and thus was even more interesting.


30. Belem

That suburban flyover again Bronica ETR S ,Bronica 150mm f/3.5 Zenzanon-S.


Hope you are entertained with this showcase!