Thursday, September 20, 2012

A circular puzzle...what can it be?


29 comments:

EG CameraGirl said...

This is an interesting repeat design but I haven't a clue as to what it is.

Olivier said...

une grille avec un mur blanc derrière !!!!!

magiceye said...

Superbly composed and shot!!

Tim said...

A thousand open containers of vanilla ice cream.

Or maybe, the mob's concrete casket symbolism collection.

What I win Lowell? What I win?

Bibi said...

I agree with Olivier, but at first I thought they were cans of paint. I too love to find patterns around me.

Sharon said...

I love the patterns here but, I can't figure it out. I'm hoping you reveal to source tomorrow.

Halcyon said...

I thought at first cans of paint. But looking at it more, I agree with Olivier. It's some sort of fence against concrete.

David Thomas said...

Alien breeding ground?

Rajesh said...

Interesting effect.

Dianne said...

I thought paint cans as well
fence against concrete is a brilliant guess

fantastic piece of photo art

Randy said...

A bench?

Karl Demetz said...

What can it be? NO idea, Lowell, I see "only" a beautiful picture! (independent of what it is).

Kate said...

Looks like a lot of corks atop wine bottles. I'll have one or two or more (if I"m correct!)

Kay said...

Oh, do tell! Great catch and challenging puzzle. It does look like some kind of patterned or decorative barrier.

RedPat said...

I think they are openings in metal like very large perforated metal. Maybe a large stair tread? Makes a cool pic!

Lois said...

You have me stumped. It's an interesting picture though!

Lee Spangler said...

great shot whatever. a reflector of some kind. The hole on 17 after too many at the clubhouse? I promise to write back a personal shortly. friend ly

Jack said...

Now, this is a fun puzzle. Got me stumped.

Birdman said...

Wine bottle corks?

tapirgal said...

Obviously cement in coffee mugs without handles, but why?

BTW, it makes an interesting optical illusion when you scroll, with the circles growing bigger - getting closer!

Linda said...

Very intriguing...but I have no clue what it is.

JM said...

Way too cool!

Did I tell you how much I love the header? That water is so inviting. I would love to snorkle there.

Danielle said...

At first I thought...little pots of makeup..but there are too many...than I thought...mirrors...they are mirrors....now I am going crazy...when are you going to tell us????

Danielle said...

oops...just saw the answer in the latest post....what a great capture that bench was!!!

La Principessa Errante said...

Gorgeous shot, but at some point you must ell us. I love the concept of buckets and buckets of ice cream.

Small City Scenes said...

Looks like a plethora of cans of paint but I am thinking some sort of grid or .......MB

Stefan Jansson said...

Confusing, is what it is!

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting thing, scrolling it up and down produces such an effect!
God bless you!
Cezar

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