I found this challenging in having to choose amongst the multitude of curves I have in my photos. I opted then for those that mean something to me as a person. The first shot is taken on the beech in Westward Ho!, North Devon. Apparently the only town in the world with an exclamation mark as part of its name. I spent a large chunk of my childhood living a couple of miles down the road from the beach, but this photo taken in 1975 I think, brings back memories of a life once lived but now lost. The pebbles you see are a natural phenomenon and run for miles.
I couldn’t do a challenge like this without bringing in a shot of New Zealand, but I have chosen this one because it blends to things I really love, NZ and the evening light.
And then of course there is my other love affair, Greece. This photo was taken in Santorini whilst attending the wedding of a cousin of mine. ( A really cool cousin!)
The next shot was taken in Thailand and represents a place I spent a lot of time during my hardcore travel years, but not just that, it brings back memories of endless hours kicking back and just enjoying being alive.
Now the next photo is a little darker. It was taken in Kosovo just after the conflict in the 90’s. I was working for an aid agency and was sent into Kosovo just after the fighting had finished. I think this photo tells a story.
A finally the River Thames, with all its majestic bridges. I could post for ever on the subject of curves! These were taken near Richmond.
I hope you enjoyed.