I took a photograph this summer of a plant eaten away by an insect of some sort. I was drawn to the repetition of shape, and how precise the wear marks were. I was curious what made the marks, and why there were spaces, creating the letter "i". Recently, while at a sale day at Dodd Camera in Ohio, I looked up and saw a similar pattern. If you can believe it, the second photo is taken of a fluorescent light fixture hanging above the counter. I cannot say if I was entirely successful, but I tried taking the second photo to mimic the first one. I did not have the first photograph in front of me, but my first thought was how similar these two objects are even though their makeup and purposes are completely different. The photograph of the plant leaf was taken with the Tamron SP 180mm F3.5 Macro at F/4 and 1/30th of a second. I like it better in color but decided to show in B&W to relate both images better. The fluorescent light photograph was taken with the Tamron 18-270mm VC PZD at F/6.3 and 1/2500th of a second. Exposure was set +0.05 to allow the whites to really pop. This is a true testament in keeping your eyes open. I have learned to always keep my camera on me. I never know when I will find something interesting to photograph. Thank you for reading.