Using Patterns and Squares in Photography

Question: What is it with our obsession with squares? Why must everything have corners and neat, clean angles? Our houses are square, our appliances are square, our furniture is square, our tvs are square, even our pillows are square. But the earth is round and our heads are round, yet we live in a world built on squares. What is it in the human brain that finds squares and patterns to be so pleasing to our senses? This album by Michael Wolf has been widely discussed on social media sites recently, take a look and click through the album:

Answer: I don’t know, but it makes for some really cool photos.

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