Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Convergence

For me the word convergence can go three ways …

Lines converging in the distance in the, in this shot of the seafront up the coast at Tywyn on a stormy summer day. Sweeping your eye along that line into the farthest point where sea, beach and sea-wall merge in one…


Or perhaps lines converging in nature, like in this dandelion seed head, where the floaty umbrellas are carried on intersecting stalks from their seeds. It looks chaotic, but there is simplicity here, symmetry and perfection.


Or perhaps we think of things other than lines, and consider the convergence of the natural environment and the man-made environment. Things that are distinctly different yet converge all around us. Like this sparrow on the electricity pole, treating it as just another perch as the natural and ‘unnatural’ converge. No fear, despite the barbed wire and alarming yellow sign!


And actually there are lines converging too in that last photo too.

This post is inspired by the Weekly Photo Challenge: Convergence.

By Suzy Shipman

I like to take photos and write words ...


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