Morphometries refers to the quantitative analysis of form, a concept that encompasses size and shape – and is, more generally, used to test hypotheses concerning the factors that affect shape, as well as studies of growth. It is this aspect of the examination of ‘potential’ or ‘dynamic’ growth in relation to intersections, that form the basis of our proposals for the Morphomotry Series. Using a point of intersection as the basis for a dynamic trajectory, and examining variations in the movement, and the basis for any diverting element.