I love images featuring patterns and textures and thought I would share one today.
One way to find patterns is to look for large numbers of a similar subjects (practically anything qualifies) that are close together or can be moved close together.
Subjects for pattern and texture images can be found anywhere, including in:
Photographing patterns is often quite simple once the pattern is found.
Orient the camera as ideally as possible for composition and lighting and then zoom in (or adjust your distance) so that the pattern fills the frame or fills the desired portion of the frame.
There are few rules (the subjects may not even need to be in focus), individual tastes vary widely and there is plenty of room for creativity.
I am especially fond of patterns/textures that occur naturally.
When this flock of snow geese took to the sky, it was a matter of zooming to appropriate focal length and photographing the most-dense area of the flock.
The thousands of white, orange and black birds against the blue sky resulted in a bright, colorful image.
So, on this day, a frame filled with a random pattern of snow geese worked for me.
While texture and pattern images will not usually become the most-liked in your social feeds, they can work very well for wall art, in commercial advertising and for a large variety of other purposes.
And, if you like them, that is reason enough to create them.