When I think curves, I think shapely. Comes from a time when Monroe and Hayworth were a big part of my generation, I suppose. Since I’m not surrounded by those types of curves and the days of my curves are waning, I thought I’d go with the more traditional definition of the word. Although, I think curves can be sexy, even if they’re not part of a shapely torso. Just ask my friend, Judith, at A View From The Woods. 🙂
This flower curved its petal to protect? comfort? hug? another bud. So sweet and gentle.
A gentle embrace
Some curves, in the true sense of the word…
The tropical curve of palm fronds.
Curves of the greenhouse support system.
The curve of Billy’s horns.
The curve of the old restored car pipes.
more surfing curves
and yet one more surfing curve
The curves on my favorite model of automobile
the curve of a heart on the sands of New Jersey – Stronger than the Storm!
Yes, it is a humongous heart! See the couple relaxing on their beach chairs? That’ll give you a perspective on how big that heart really is. Someone is soooooooo loved.
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As you may (or may not) have noticed, I made an attempt at doodling in an earlier post. I thought it was reasonably acceptable for a first attempt. I started out on paper and branched out to a clay flower pot. Between the circular curvature of the pot, and the swirls and curls of the mighty pen, I think the new doodle might qualify for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge. I’m taking a shot.
The wine glass has a little curve of its own. 🙂
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