Australia is an island, so we have plenty of shorelines to share with Becky’s squares.
I can’t say that all of these were intentional, but when I looked back on my photos of Brisbane, from Felon’s Brewary, there are lots of lines for Becky’s squares, created by the light.
For Becky’s squares, a collection of things in a line or lined up, including axe-women.
From Felons brewery to Becky’s squares.
On a building in Brisbane, Australia, I caught sight of kinetic art. The tiny metal plates move in the wind, creating a pleasant effect. They’re lined up for Becky’s squares, I reckon.
For Becky’s squares, some lines on a Brisbane bridge.
I’m doubling up and entering this for both Becky’s squares and Cee’s FOTD. although the bees are not photographed as well as others have.
While waiting at the bus stop, I couldn’t decide which lines to focus on – the curved, the angled, the squares, so I tried to include them all and put them at a tilt as well.
For more jaunty lines, check out Becky’s square challenge.
For Becky’s squares