In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Grid.”
The photo challenge this week is to post one or more photos featuring images of grids. I have chosen four images. The first provides the strongest grid impact with a diagonal grid pattern in the foreground. The second, features a less dramatic diagonal grid effect. The final pair of photos provides views of my vegetable garden in summer and fall through a green-coloured trellis netting, creating a rectangular grid pattern.
Cave Seen Through a Fence
July View of Vegetable Garden Through Pea Trellis Netting
This July photo inspired me to take a second through-the-trellis shot today. Notice the differences between the July and September views. In July, pea vines are in the foreground on the trellis; and behind, the bean vines climb the bamboo teepee, and the yellow calendula flowers bloom on the right. In the September view, there is nothing growing on the trellis and behind, dill flower heads are browning, the bean plants are well-weathered, calendula seed heads are drying, and there are an abundance of orange marigolds.
September 18 View of Vegetable Garden Through Trellis Netting
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