Texture is the most enduring and ubiquitous underpinning of form... certainly a calming, meditative and appealing world for both the eye and mind. ~ Lynda Lehmann
I have a few photos showing various textures as seen on my everyday walks or at home. I hope you enjoy them.
The late November sun shone from behind this fuzzy sumac limb. You can see that the buds were already preparing for spring.
The ragged wooden bits of a snapped tree limb.
A golden oak leaf and its shadow as seen on New Year's Day.
These tall-growing plants seem to last through the winter. I'm not sure what they're called but Fluffs is as good a name as any.
Alongside the brick wall, mama and baby chipmunk wait patiently for the nut and seed buffet to begin.
The warm sunlight illuminates a strip of peeling tree bark.
The silken hairs of the milkweed seed are trapped on a dried plant stem.
A pine tree in the park oozes blue sap. A peanut in the knot hole awaits one of our regular squirrel friends.
This maple leaf is still rich with colour in late November, despite being dry and brittle.
Last but not least, I thought that this partial portion of Chicken Cordon Blue resembled a dinosaur's head... or something.
I hope you enjoyed exploring these textures with me. More photos in a few days.