This week’s challenge is all about angles and intersections.
Merriam-Webster defines “corner” as, among other things, “the point where converging lines, edges, or sides meet.” I also like looking at it from the opposite direction: corners are where lines, objects, and people go their separate ways. A corner is literally a turning point, full of tension and potential.
This particular corner — captured near the farmers’ market in Squamish, British Columbia — is more about convergence than about conflict: the rainbow street crossing seems like it might extend all the way to the mighty Stawamus Chief mountain in the background.
What kinds of images and emotions do corners evoke in you? In this week’s challenge, share a photo that plays on any of the word’s many meanings. Show your favorite street corner, or a cozy nook in your home where you feel truly at peace. Focus on a person or place that’s recently gone through a transformation — “turned a corner,” as we often say. Or stick to geometry and highlight the angularity of a favorite landscape or object.
Whatever direction you choose, I look forward to your photos this week.
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