When I think of geometry I am drawn to buildings and architecture. MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) in Berriedale, Tasmania is a fabulous example of geometric architecture with fabulous angles, lines and textures.
This photo is taken inside. One can not use flash photography inside. However, in this area, the daylight from outside provided sufficient light to create an interesting photo for me.
WordPress.com invites bloggers (each week) to submit a photo. This week the challenge word is ‘Geometry’. Check out some of the other posts on the topic in the blog-o-sphere. Here are a couple to get you started.
Life through the lens -http://nowellsphotography.wordpress.com/2012/11/07/weekly-photo-challenge-solitary-2/
Maybe today is the day to look at life from a different angle!