The theme day for October 2008 is 'lines'. I found today's theme day in the City Daily Photo Community to be one of my favorites of all of the theme's I've participated in. When one goes out and specifically looks for 'lines' to photograph, they can be found everywhere! I was looking through my archives and found many examples that I could have easily posted today. I opted for something a bit on the unusual side as I often like to do. If you've stopped by to read the description today, hopefully you're wondering what this is making those lines. Perhaps you have it figured out, perhaps you have an idea what it could be but aren't quite sure, perhaps it's not so clear. Perhaps I'll show you what it is tomorrow.
Stop by the other cities participating in the October Theme Day via the links below this photo. Do remember that there are timezone differences between the other cities. Or you can head over to the portal page to see a thumbnail view of blogs that have posted their 'lines' photo.
Albuquerque (NM), American Fork (UT), Arradon, France, Ashton under Lyne, UK, Aspen (CO), Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand, Austin (TX), Avignon, France, Bandung, Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia, Barrow-in-Furness, UK, Barton (VT), Baziège, France, Belgrade, Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia, Bellefonte (PA), Bicheno, Australia, Birmingham (AL), Bogor, Indonesia, Boston (MA), Boston (MA), Budapest, Hungary, Budapest, Hungary, Budapest, Hungary, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Canterbury, UK, Cape Town, South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa, Cavite, Philippines, Château-Gontier, France, Chateaubriant, France, Chateaubriant, France, Cheltenham, UK, Chennai, India, Coral Gables (FL), Durban, South Africa, Edwardsville (IL), Fort Lauderdale (FL), Franschhoek, South Africa, Geneva (IL), Glasgow, Scotland, Greenville (SC), Grenoble, France, Hamilton, New Zealand, Hangzhou, China, Helsinki, Finland, Hobart, Australia, Honningsvag, Norway, Hyde, UK, Hyde, UK, Islip (NY), Jackson (MS), Jakarta, Indonesia, Jefferson City (MO), Karwar, India, Knoxville (TN), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, La Antigua, Guatemala, Lakewood (OH), Larchmont (NY), Las Vegas (NV), Lisbon, Portugal, Lodz, Poland, London, UK, London, UK, Madrid, Spain, Mainz, Germany, Manila, Philippines, Manila, Philippines, Manila, Philippines, Melbourne, Australia, Menton, France, Mexico City, Mexico, Middletown (MD), Milton, New Zealand, Milwaukee (WI), Minneapolis (MN), Minneapolis (MN), Minneapolis (MN), Molfetta, Italy, Monrovia (CA), Monte Carlo, Monaco, Monterrey, Mexico, Muizenberg, South Africa, Mumbai, India, Mumbai, India, Nelson, New Zealand, New Delhi, India, New York City (NY), New York City (NY), Norwich, UK, Orlando (FL), Paderborn, Germany, Palos Verdes (CA), Paris, France, Paris, France, Pasadena (CA), Pasadena (CA), Pensacola (FL), Petoskey (MI), Philadelphia (PA), Phoenix (AZ), Pilisvörösvár, Hungary, Port Angeles (WA), Prague, Czech Republic, Quezon City, Philippines, Quincy (MA), Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, Ramsey, Isle of Man, Reykjavik, Iceland, Riga, Latvia, Roanoke (VA), Rome, Italy, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Rouen, France, Saarbrücken, Germany, Saigon, Vietnam, Saint Louis (MO), Saint Paul (MN), Salt Lake City (UT), San Antonio (TX), San Diego (CA), San Francisco (CA), San Francisco (CA), Schenectady (NY), Seattle (WA), Seattle (WA), Selma (AL), Sequim (WA), Sesimbra, Portugal, Setúbal, Portugal, Silver Spring (MD), Singapore, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore, Sofia, Bulgaria, South Pasadena (CA), Stanwood (WA), Stayton (OR), Stockholm, Sweden, Sunshine Coast, Australia, Sydney, Australia, Sydney, Australia, Székesfehérvár, Hungary, Tacloban City, Philippines, Tamarindo, Costa Rica, Telluride (CO), Terrell (TX), USA, Terrell (TX), Test City (MA), Torun, Poland, Toulouse, France, Turin, Italy, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Twin Cities (MN), Vienna, Austria, Wailea (HI), Washington (DC), Wellington, New Zealand, West Sacramento (CA), Weston (FL), Willits (CA), Yardley (PA)
Oh goodness, and I came here because I wanted to find out what it was and what was causing the pretty lights! ;D
I love unusual photos - can't figure out what it is though ....
I haven't figured it out but I love the photograph. Beautiful lights and lines. I'll come back later to see what it is! And when I do doubtless I'll say 'oh of course!'
What is that? Is it your car's radiator? Your computer's cooler? No idea..
Pretty coppery metal, whatever it is.
A great photo for its composition and its colours. Also because it pictures a mysterious object and is in theme with October's theme "Lines".
Whatever else it might be, Slinger, it is sure beautiful. I love a mystery and a great photo with a design emphasis! You are right, this has really been a great theme and judging from the thumbnails I've glanced so far, I think its brought out the creativity in everyone. Happy October!
Seattle Daily Photo
my first thoughts were a radiator but then a line of after-dinner mints but now I'm not so sure at all.
Very cool! I think it's great we can't figure out what it is... makes it extra fun. I love the colors. I want to say it's something computer related (like part of a heatsink), but I'm probably way off.
Stunning! Thanks for your comment at Sydney Daily Photo I’m not near my computer at the moment (have a visit to see where I am!), so sorry for not commenting earlier.
Neat, but no idea. Maybe part of an air conditioner or big fan type thing?
A beautiful pick among your photographs
It will have me think and wonder about its origin allday.. I 'll come back tonight.
Creative and mysterious! Who could ask for anything more. Looks like an accordian file folder. You should give a postcard prize to the most creative answer!
I love this. Looks like some kind of a rack with lights behind it. I am curious to find out!
Good interpetation---I like it. MB
Oops I signed with the wrong blog. Oh well. This is the right one. MB
It does loook like a laptop cooling system. Whatever it is, it's certainly beautifully coloured backlight lines.
I'm going for a heatsink
Very original work, which we expect from you. Even before I read all the comments my guss was a heat sink on some electronic equipment.
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