Thursday, December 29, 2011

orange tank #2

Here is another image from Nippon Paper's big mill near the harbor in Port Angeles, WA.  You can see the colors better in the larger image, by clicking on the thumbnail.

4 comments:

Elsbeth McLeod said...

From what I've seen of your work, Roger, the geometry of shapes plays an important role. Mostly squares and rectangles in man-made structure and architecture, and triangles primarily in natural studies. The Batteries, though, have some triangles. They often feel mystical, Nature having gotten into the act somewhat as the structures age.

Roger Morris said...
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Lindy said...

I like these thoughts. Interesting.

Roger Morris said...

Thanks for the insight, Elsbeth. An interesting observation that bears some thought. It may be that nature prefers triangles and curves, while engineers like things to be square. Or maybe it's just my eye.

I am also intrigued by the way nature gets in the act of transforming human-made things.