This weeks Challenge asks us that:
“Today, take a moment to notice the structure of everyday things around you. Note the lines, freckles, and tiny hairs on your arm, and imagine the biological blueprint that created them. See the bricks of a building, and realize that they were individually placed there by another person. Then, share with us a photo of the structure of something wonderful. We’re eager to see details through your lens.”
So I could have used one of the many architectural shots I have awaiting processing, but instead I chose to use this picture of a Lilly. Showing the structure of its petals and the graceful thrust of its stamen. The photo was taken within the structure of Keld chapel a lovely little C16th chapel in the Lake district.
Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies for instance.