The more we seek, the more we generally find, particularly with leading lines.
Many man made leading lines often lead into the natural world and sometimes create a question or two in the viewer’s mind. Here’s an example in the Abercrombie National Park, Southern New South Wales.
Then there are leading lines made by the passing of human feet over thousands of years.
From time to time, it’s necessary to follow a man made leading line, complete with stone pile markers in order to get safely to your destination.
Sometimes, the leading lines are just tyre tracks. She Who Must Be Obeyed took the following shot during one moment of my motorcycle mania.
In the image below, there are two distinct leading lines. The faint one in the left foreground is the foot pad leading to the rim of the Wolf Creek Meteorite site IN West Australia. The distinct one leading towards the horizon is the vehicular track leading out of the area. The small dot to the right of the tree in the middle of the image is our Landrover.
Fences make great leading lines, as do roads. When they appear to merge their combined effect really concentrates the eye.
The walls, floor and ceiling of tunnels make multiple leading lines and the effect of parallax makes for interesting image making.
Be patient now, only three more man made images of leading lines to go.
Well, another challenge completed.
Hoo roo until tomorrow.