Zigzag Around The World

Zigzag light during the Fullframe Documentary Film Festival in Durham, NC
Zigzag light during the Fullframe Documentary Film Festival in Durham, NC

There is a lot of twisting and winding lines that create a zigzag effect around the world, if you look closely you’ll find it in the most unexpected places.

See all the zigzagging action I found around the Americas from North Carolina, to Mexico and the Pacific Northwest. 

A zig zag in the dolphin pools in Xel Ha
A zigzag in the dolphin pools in Xel Ha
Zigzag leggings in the streets of Mexico City
Zigzag leggings in the streets of Mexico City
Shadows zigzag at the Museum of Flight, Seattle
Shadows zigzag at the Museum of Flight, Seattle
The road subtly zigzags in the Columbia River, from the Washington side.
The road subtly zigzags in the Columbia River, from the Washington side.
Walking on a snow zig zag in Durham, NC
Walking on a snow zigzag at the Duke Gardens, Durham, NC
Same zig zag, different day.
Same zig zag, different day.
The membranes of the human brain zig zag around each other. At Duke University
The water in Multnomah Falls, OR zigzags down stream.
The water in Multnomah Falls, OR zigzags down stream.
Which one was your favorite?
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12 thoughts on “Zigzag Around The World

  1. It’s interesting how patterns seem to emerge from everywhere around you, if only you look for them. 🙂 My favourite was the snow zigzag at Duke Gardens, and the stunning road through Columbia river – what a beauty!

  2. The snow zigzag at the Duke Gardens was my favourite. I love how everything is covered in fresh white snow, and also your pose, which brings on a smile 🙂

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