A-C leads.

So many curves, so little time. The Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida has a curvy interior atrium:

Dali was well-known for his curvy mustache:

The Mysore Fig has curvy roots, almost snake-like. On full moon nights do they writhe around and snare unsuspecting passersby? Hmmm. Spooky!

Finally, if I had a penny for every photo I’ve taken of restaurant food and curvy dishes I’ve consumed (the food, not the dishes), I’d be RICH! Following is a sample. (It does NOT open into separate pictures.

Be safe, be well. Be curvy? πŸ™‚

53 thoughts on “LENS-ARTISTS CHALLENGE #191 – Curves

      1. well I know a bit about Dali and he was also quite SCAM artist –
        I interviewed an older lady once and she had a Dali that she bought as an original print and she revealed the big scam that went down with his art (I guess one of many)
        and so I have met many folks who cannot stand Dali! That does not mean his work was not amazing – eh? But I look forward to maybe doing the guided tour as well.

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  1. Love the fig roots, of course, as I am a tree lover, and loved your horror musings…too. Dali’ is just excellent! I thought of using photos from his home in Figueiras, but yours are soooo much cooler! Great take on, John.

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  2. Those fig roots are amazing. They are curving around the feet of passers by and transporting them to another reality! No, I know they are not…but perhaps they could. Wonderful response to the Curves challenge John.

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  3. Great pictures, John, a fun way to interpret curvy – especially Dali’s curvy mustache!🀣 I love seeing Mysore Fig trees, they are so unique looking and picturesque. By chance, is this picture from the Edison Ford Winter Estate in Fort Myers, FL?

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      1. So much to, so much to learn. Think I took at least 50 pictures!πŸ˜‰ In case you haven’t seen it, another Very interesting museum is the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Fascinating!

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  4. Your curvy pictures are fabulous, John. I don’t think I have anything nearly that dynamic, but I spent a lot of time looking. What I like about your pictures is that curves are the primary characteristic.

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