I’m combining 2 challenges today: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge with this week’s prompt of ‘Texture’, and the weekly Norm’s Thursday Doors. I found this door in San Miguel de Allende and it fit both categories…so enjoy and find more examples at https://ceenphotography.com/2019/02/19/cffc-texture-2/ and https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/category/thursday-doors/
Textures. We find them everywhere, sometimes dramatically displayed, and often just seen as part of the backdrop of life. Here are some of my pictures that show textures of beauty and neglect, both equally appealing. See more interesting textures at Sunday Stills.
This is my contribution for two challenges: Tuesdays of Texture and Mundane Monday Challenge. The Challenge for Mundane Monday is to look at everyday things and frame it to make it interesting. And the goal for Tuesdays of Texture is to show various textures. https://trablogger.com/mundane-monday-challenge-127-learn-photography/ https://narami.wordpress.com/2017/09/19/tuesdays-of-texture-week-38-of-2017/ … Continue reading Mundane Textures or Textures of the Mundane?
I’m using these pictures for two challenges: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge with the prompt of fire trucks, fire houses and/or fire hydrants, and Narami’s Tuesdays of Texture. I think the both fire hydrants across are lovely examples for both challenges. See more of both weekly challenges at: https://ceenphotography.com/2017/07/25/cees-fun-foto-challenge-fire-trucks-fire-houses-fire-hydrant/ and https://narami.wordpress.com/2017/07/25/tuesdays-of-texture-week-30-of-2017/ … Continue reading Two Fire Hydrants, Two Challenges
Tuesdays of Texture is always a challenge as it requires looking closely at the everyday items that I may not really ‘see’. A large mushroom caught my eye I wanted to see the color differences, the flow of this unusual plant And then I saw the leaf… https://narami.wordpress.com/2016/11/08/tuesdays-of-texture-week-46-of-2016/
These bundles of vines nestled in the bed of a garden create a picture of mixed textures. http://wp.me/p297O-1yP https://narami.wordpress.com/2016/10/11/tuesdays-of-texture-week-42-of-2016/
I’m hooked on fountains and water and the movement and the light. These are a few of my texture pictures featuring metal and water and stone and water. Fountain in Paris park Penn St. water fountains https://narami.wordpress.com/2016/10/04/tuesdays-of-texture-week-41-of-2016/
Don’t you want to run your hand over the rough rocks, shuffle your feet in the fallen leaves, and cling to the fragile tree limbs? Fall offers such wonderful textures. The leaves, wood and rocks provide a multitude of textures that encourage me to touch them all. https://narami.wordpress.com/4486-2/
Steps of struggle, love, weariness, anticipation, acceptance, determination, endurance, hope, and joy have smoothed the cobbled streets and sidewalks of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. https://narami.wordpress.com/2016/09/13/tuesdays-of-texture-week-38-of-2016/
Tuesdays of Texture is a blog featuring photos of various textures, and this picture of new-born birdlets in their mud nest shows lots of textures. The straw, leaves, mud, feathery bird downy, and white beaks ready for nourishment provide an interesting combination of textures. Check our other creative texture photographs in the blog below. https://narami.wordpress.com/2016/08/09/tuesdays-of-texture-week-33-of-2016-3/