I went to Greenwich yesterday to see some comedy, Andrew Lawrence is recording a show for Radio 4 and I had tickets. I knew that I would arrive earlier than the friend I was meeting there so I decided to take some photos for this week's homework project on transportation whilst waiting. I will post the transportation related photos later, this blog entry is just about a couple of photos I took yesterday that I wanted to share.
In the second WDPS Summer School class Mick, that week's tutor, talked briefly about the "lazy S", which is typified by the curve of a woman's hip, waist and side or the undulating curve of the wall of china as it bends and curls into the distance. I guess that it is a shape that catches our eye because it is one we see often in nature (example in sand, example in wildlife), it's familiar and attractive to us.
I found those curves in a less natural way, but an amusing way in the two photos here.