Looking for Wrinkles and Crinkles

We rode to Lake Starnberg this morning before the temperature rose and I had my eyes open for all things wrinkled, crinkled, folded, creased, dented or bent.

Finally I am getting around to our new challenge. I have been so very busy! Last week-end I had a tai chi workshop learning the sword form which was time and energy consuming. Fortunately nothing was dented or bent in the process and it was the last commitment for a while. Now I can buckle down and look for some wrinkles, crinkles, folds, creases, dents and bends.

Maybe a bit of a stretch, but I will call these wavy lines “bent”.

Flags hanging in folds, inspired by Nancy

Wrinkled, crinkled and peeling paint

Folded umbrellas and lights, too!

Bent iron on top of the gazebo

We sat on the lake side and I had a decaf cappuccino to which I added sugar and then wrinkled the paper.

We then shared a piece of cake to which only the folded napkin and a few crumbs attest.

Plastic strips were bent to weave the fabric for the chairs we sat on.

Gratuitous pictures of a ducky family, nothing for the challenge that I could detect.

Bent, but not good for your rim or spokes in my opinion. I never use these bicycle stands.

A cooling ride in hot weather – there must be some bends in the picture, or at least wrinkles and creases in the mountains.

I'm a US born ex-pat, having lived most of my adult life in Munich, Germany. Cycling and photography are my favorite things.

3 response to "Looking for Wrinkles and Crinkles"

  1. By: NancyG Posted: July 18, 2022

    Oh Suzanne these are SO good!! I love the folds in the weaved chair, the folds on the tanned body, the wrinkled and peeling paint — I must stop before I list every one!! The duckies are a great addition, And yes, those lines are bent.
    Welcome back – you have been missed here ;’-)

  2. By: gregblood Posted: July 18, 2022

    I had to laugh at the folds in that dude’s body. I also had to appreciate the creativity in noticing it. Good job. And the “gratuitous” ducky photo had wrinkles in the surface of the water.

  3. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: July 19, 2022

    Very good examples Suzanne!
    Waves are wrinkled water as Greg pointed out, and the forks have a bend too.
    The wrinkled, crinkled paint is a great photo!
    The gluteal fold photo is going to go without comment. 🙂

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