Exercise: Rhythms and Patterns

This exercise requires at least two images which show rhythm and pattern. Rhythm in a photograph should lead the eye across the image and give the viewer a type of 'optical beat'. Pattern however is more about filling the frame with some kind of repetition.

This curled razor wire at the top of a fence has a rhythmic quality (I think) as you try and follow its swirling from left to right.

These trainers, displayed in a shop window, fill the frame in a pattern. The feeling is that the pattern continues beyond the edges of the frame.