Since I started with red lines I thought I’d end with them as well. I feel like I ran a marathon posting every day for a month. Maybe the habit will stick and I’ll be more regular in the future.
Many thanks to Becky of Winchester for hosting this great challenge. I learned a lot about composition as I looked at people’s squares this month and spent time reshaping my own pictures to look at least okay as squares.
This is a picture that I took simply because I likes the way the morning’s misty gold light played on this cracked mud. I had some vague idea, never yet realized, that I could use it as an artsy-fartsy texture overlay for something.
The photo was taken in Shouguang, Shandong Province, China on my favorite morning walk along the river. The mud was from a massive flood of the Mihe River a couple of months earlier.
More lines, horizontal this time from Mount Tai (Taishan)’s stairs. This flight is smooth and regular.
Taishan, a.k.a. Mount Tai, a.k.a. Mount Taishan (this is redundant since shan means mountain, but some websites use it, including UNESCO) is a mountain that has important historic, cultural and religious significance for Chinese people. Taishan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here is a Wikipedia article about it.