Weekly Photo Challenge:Geometry
Friends, Geometry is all around us in nature. When I first took this photograph, i loved the way the Common Loon was suspended in a sea of sine waves. Upon further study (sine waves on water), I learned that these waves are more correctly called trochoidal shapes and are narrower at the peak than a true sine wave. A geometry lesson for me. Never heard of a trochoid shape before. til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on November 3, 2012, in Birds, Crex Meadows, Nature, photography and tagged birds, common loon, Crex Meadows, mjspringett, photography, postaday. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
i am still learning :), thanks claude, MJ
Oh my, you lost me at wave, LOL! I wish I would see a loon up close and personal. Such a beautiful creature with its geometric black and white shapes!
i forgot about his geometric back, guess i hadn’t had enough coffee, thanks margie, MJ
sorry, I should have the tags 😦
love it! is that a loon?
yes, it is a loon, if you want to see more, look at some of my posts from this summer, i followed two nests of bablies being raised on Crex Meadows, thanks MJ
Thanks.. I will do that today 🙂