Totally textured

Here’s my submission to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Texture. There are many examples where texture becomes a pattern so I tried to find examples where you could easily see the texture. Since the first two I found are green, they would also fit with the DPS (Digital Photography School) challenge this week – green! The first photo shows part of a glass sculpture from Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle. The others are organic – plants and trees from my travels. Which one do you like best?green glass green grass tree trunk palm trunk

11 thoughts on “Totally textured

  1. Those were great choices. I’m glad you labeled the Chihuly – I didn’t realize that’s what I was looking at. We had a Chihuly exhibit here in Richmond, Virginia a while back. I went twice it was so great!



  2. I think a lot of the appeal of Chihuly’s work is that it does look so organic. But, nature provides endless beauty so we can try to capture a bit of it.
    Nice photos!


    1. Thanks, Kris. Nature is always amazing! I’m glad we can capture bits to appreciate and share.


  3. As much as I love Chihuly (great photo), the clump of real grass beats it in my opinion. 🙂

    I agree with your previous comment too –few others would understand why you pressed your lens into these spots. Wonderfully captured….


  4. I love your photographs,Terri.


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