Friday, July 5, 2013

52 Photos Texture


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Texture is our assignment for this week.  I looked all over the house for some interesting texture but was not successful-unless dust qualifies.  We have lots of dust.
Instead I went outside for inspiration since it was such a nice day. The sun was shining, and there was a nice cool breeze. A 50 cent breeze my dad would say.

These photos are from our accidental pumpkin plants.

Love the little fuzzies.









Our whiskey barrel has seen better days.


The wagon wheel has wonderful texture.

I hope everyone had a fun and safe holiday.  Please stop over at Sally's blog to see more texture photos.

14 comments:

Patty Woodland said...

Lots of great textures there

Claire said...

wonderful photos - love the contrasting textures from fuzzy to weather-beaten!
have a blessed week :)

Beti Horvath said...

I love all the textures you caught from one plant! And aged wood is always pleasing!

Donna said...

Perfect! Love the plant pics and once upon a time I had a wagon wheel like that. It's up in Alaska now.

Adrienne said...

I love that first shot!! It looks creamy if that makes sense? I don't know that's just the first word that came to my mind.

Islandgirl said...

That first flower looks like it's been crocheted! Lovely... dare I ask how you get accidental pumpkin plants?

Mary K. McGraw said...

Great photos this week. Love the first photo, I was trying to figure out what kind of flower it was, never would have guessed pumpkin blossom.

Diana Taylor said...

You've taken some fabulous photos - the little pumpkin flower looks like it's made of felt - it's gorgous! I love the prickly stems too - great close ups.

Becky Pancake said...

Outstanding photos Alice. That pumpkin blossom shows wonderful texture as do the plant stems and tendrils.

LoriF said...

Oh, those pumpkin plants are wonderful! I love the little fuzzies too, AND the little piggy-tail runners. So cute! ACCIDENTAL pumpkin plants?? :-)

Annette Beanland said...

Really great outdoor textures! The first flower looks like it's made from a fuzzy sweater!

lynsey said...

ooooh fantastic textures there, lovely images

Paula, Chief Bead Officer said...

What great texture subjects. I was also noticing your blog header, and the lovely texture there. Also love your Electic Prarie bead earrings - I think the photo came out great!

Lori Plyler said...

Beautiful shots! The flower's fuzzies beg to be touched.