Finding A Pattern in Aerial Views.

I love pattern. It can transport a room from blah to bam! It’s all over fabrics, flooring, wallpapers, linens, and even the way light casts shadows from a lamp. How about a simple photo? A photo, although flat in feel, can demonstrate a significant power when it comes to bringing pattern into a space. Just look at Google Earth and some of NASA’s enormous images taken from space – patterns are there for us everywhere. So, when I came across a post on photographer David Zimmerman, I caught a little Google Earth – up close and in person.

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Untitled (park), 2005 by David Zimmerman

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Untitled (beach), 2005 by David Zimmerman

I love his aerial photographyshots of people doing what they do on Earth. Above a dining table, or sofa, or in a bathroom, these images pull you in. Closer, and closer, and closer. Gets your pattern fix at the great blog A Pattern A Day.

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Untitled (India), 2001 by David Zimmerman

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Untitled (dumpsters), 2006 by David Zimmerman

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Untitled (junk), 2006 by David Zimmerman

Check out David’s other amazing works in his Project portfolio.

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