Monday, May 06, 2013

Thematic Photographic 243 - Chaotic

Is this even edible?
London, ON
December 2010
Not every scene has to adhere to pre-ordained patterns of neatness. Not everything has to follow some kind of order or established rule.

Sometimes chaos needs to rule, and that isn't necessarily a negative thing. So for the next week, let's celebrate chaotic scenes, things that break the norm and look a little less than perfectly aligned. Because perfection can be boring.

Your turn: The Thematic drill is a simple one. Post a pic that evokes the theme to your blog or website. Leave a comment here letting folks know where to find it. Visit other participants to share the fun. Repeat as often as you wish, as the theme will be live for a full week. For more on how Thematic works, click here. Otherwise, have fun!

9 comments:

Lisa Shafer said...

Ooh! What a great photo for "chaotic"!

Michèle Dextras said...

When I read this week's theme, I thought, I will never be able to find suitable photos! But lo and behold, a bit of imagination made it possible! Enjoy. Thanks again Carmi.

http://cheznousottawa.blogspot.ca/2013/05/photographie-thematique-243-chaotique.html

Bob Scotney said...

I had no idea that a kitchen 'accident' would end like this.
http://bit.ly/YDeYym

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Dagnabbit, I guessed wrong.

Would it be cheating if I went (anti)Chaotic?
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Max Sartin said...

Love the chaos of the jimmies on the donuts. Delicious photo there! Here's mine for this theme.

Gilly said...

I thought about our spare room, but came up with these at http://gillymaccsphotos.blogspot.com

photodoug said...

Carmi, coming upon the Morris Dancers at a festival, their moves at first appeared to be chaotic .

Elizabeth Sigalet said...

I am not sure this truly qualifies as chaotic, but it takes nature's power to set it in order.

Jess Brady said...

Hi everyone! Here's my attempt at a chaotic shot: http://jessbrady1035.wordpress.com/2013/05/13/thematic-photographic-243-chaotic/