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Pattern. Patterns are everywhere. Patterns are sometimes intentional and sometimes accidental. They can be decorative or merely a result of repetition,…

Photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

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Thailand wat, photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

Photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

Pattern. Patterns are everywhere. Patterns are sometimes intentional and sometimes accidental. They can be decorative or merely a result of repetition, and often patterns can be in the eye of the beholder to discover them. I find myself especially mesmerized by patterns in tiles when they’re colorful and beautiful. Thailand had plenty, and this photo has both a decorative pattern as well as the repeating elements surrounding the wat. 

In a new post specifically created for this challenge, share a picture which means PATTERN to you!

I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

- Sara Rosso

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    1. @Barbara – Make sure you post the link to the exact blog post URL so people can find it later, and as your new content shows up on the front page of your site!

      1. I just found out the post was just missing; a preveious version came back. I restored it and now it should work properly again. Thanks for your message!

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