Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Curvaceous - Thematic Photography

When I saw Carmi's theme of "Curvaceous" my first thoughts turned to topless beauties and a favourite goddess of mine.
Gaia - Tresco Abbey Gardens
Still on Tresco on the Isles of Scilly it was the curve of the beach that caught my eye, with the solitary figure of my son, totally unaware of the camera's presence.
Not quite deserted
Nearer home in North Yorkshire I found a harbour empty except for the sea, its curvaceous mouth waiting for ships to arrive.
Whitby Harbour
Even nearer home are the curves I see each week, just some of a total of 43.
Yarm Viaduct
To ogle over more curvaceous beauties don't forget to cross over to Carmi's thematic-photographic-248.


DW Rob said...

Gaia looks like my kinda woman, Bob, and I recognised Whitby instantly. There's something so distinctive about that pincer harbour.

Great pictures.

Karen S. said...

Great curves Bob! I had to laugh at your first photo, because I was at a loss for coming up with something so I went to images on Google for it- on my phone, around others, not such a great idea! oops, the images that came up first- oh my!

Jo said...

Very curvaceous.

Max Sartin said...

Great curves there, especially the curvy harbor and the viaduct.

Anonymous said...

Oh, what a lovely collection of curves! The bridge is my favorite, but they're all interesting.

(Also, thanks for your earlier visit to I didn't realize, when I took the picture, that the musicians' bodies were actually based on seashells.)

Alexia said...

Really good curvy collection, Bob. I really love the beach - and the viaduct curves.

Gilly said...

She's got curves in all the right places! Love the viaduct and Whitby harbour - never knew it was like that!

Little Nell said...

Some of my favourite places again Bob - though I still haven't been to Yarm!

Jess Brady said...

Great examples of the curvaceous theme, Bob! The harbours and viaduct are stunning.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

All very nice, I find Whitby Harbour particularly fascinating.

Michèle Dextras said...

Glad to see I am not the only one who thought of a woman's body with this theme. Great photos!