whether its in nature , or in your home furnishings
in a mural or a picture
I Volunteer at Imperial War Museum North, in Manchester, and a key place you spot patterns are in the camouflaged objects around the exhibition space
Most camouflage patterns are inspired by Nature. I was lucky enough to capture a picture of this lizard while he was standing still – out in the distance his patterned skin would have blended into the tree, as if he was part of it….Great for hide and seek.
Mother nature’s rather good with patterns as well, together with jack frost. This pic was taken in the winter season, and although it seems random, there’s a definite structure and pattern to the way the crystals of frost have formed on the car roof.
We might be in November, but we’ve had a bit of festive decoration arrive on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal today
A number of brightly decorated snowmen, have found themselves stood around and about in locations at Salford Quays. From The Lowry to Mediacity UK, They’re all based around Raymond Briggs’ original fun character and have been decorated by local children and young people in the area.
Its Been a buzzy few months for local artworks as previously we had Bee in the City land in Salford as part of the Hive in Manchester. When they flew to pastures new, the Snowmen paid us a visit. While the Bees raised money for the We Love Manchester Fund, This time all funds will go to BBC Children in need
Feel free to comment on the snowmen I’ve captured….I’ll post more as and when i find them.