The circle is such a symbolic shape. It represents all kinds of deep meanings of cycles of life, and infinity. The circle shape is also one of the most useful ones. You would rarely eat or drink or store things in or from triangles shapes for example. There are many circles around the world in different forms, colors, sizes and functions. Check out my collection:
Mulled wine at the Christmas Market.
Yummy protein snack balls inside a circle.
A dart board at a pub in Victoria, BC.
A circle mural and a round chandelier on the ceiling at the Opera House in Vienna, Austria.
Stainless steel round cup and plate at the MPR in India.
You can’t actually see the circle in the photo, rather than a square, but these four men hanging by their feet in Mexico City were moving in circles.
Round homemade tortillas.
The round exit at the USS Blueback submarine.
Playing ball at Regent’s Park in London.
Adults being childlike playing in circles in India.
The round full moon and its reflection in London.
Perfectly round and cute mini macarons.
Bagpiper Darth Vader on a (round) unicycle in the one and only Portland.
Indian kids play and pose around this big round thing (a circle if viewed from above).
Many round barrels of wine at the Syncline Winery in Washington.
A round, if you can see behind the tree, ferris wheel in Rainier, OR.
The round wheel of a 1960s Mercedes.
People going in circles in flying chairs.
A round sign at the Cavern Quarter, Liverpool, UK (Where The Beatles used to play.)
A round large structure viewed from the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Fresh milk in round containers just delivered by the milkman in India.
Delicious round cheesy tacos in Mexico City.
Plane engine at the Museum of Flight, Seattle.
Veggies inside circles at the Portland Farmers Market.
A stainless steel masala box. Spices inside circles inside a bigger circle.
Which one was your favourite?