Wednesday, 29 July 2015


Textures are everywhere you look,
be it in House,Garden,Clothing, Countryside,Coast, Doors,Buildings, Trees, Fabric, even us folk.
Now the question is - what do we choose to show - well I have a  collection for you
So, without anymore Ado ---

My Header
An Old Derelict Cotton Mill
Just love these Textures here.
A Part of this mill - just to the right - is now an Art Gallery.

Another Beautiful Texture is RUST.
This really caught my eye, with the little pockets filled with pebbles

Tree,Wall and Moss Textures.
Love how the tree has grown over the wall here.

Mirror Magic with Texture of Fabric.

These Textured Stones are from the Roman Days,
Actual Roman stones from the Spa baths of Bath City.

Colour and Texture within a cave from Cornwall, must be quick, as the tide was coming in.

Texture of an old door - from St Ives.
This Door is called Roger's Door, an Artist from Cornwall.

B/W Texture of an old cobbled Street.

Texture of Moss and  stone work on a tiled roof.

I love this shot, Texture from an old boat, with its rope on the beach.

Texture and colour from a Sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, in her Garden in St Ives - Cornwall.

Texture of the famous Crying Baby Sculpture from Oslo.

A Lovely Photo from the Isle of Skye - Scotland - full of Textures, with Julie photographing Textures of course,lol.

Textures from a Tree and Growing Fungi.

Last  - but not Least -

My Fun Spot Shot.
of Brickwork

Our Dear Friend and Ex HEADBANGER
Christopher Frost
on Duty.

Well Folks - Thats yer Lot

Pop across to my side bar - near my shield
and visit the other
and see their Lovely Textured Photos



This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Quite nicely done my friend, a lot of great textures.

Lew said...

You have covered centuries of texture here, Mac! All are wonderful images of the effect of time on our surroundings.

Katney said...

What an awesome collection!

Christine Soto said...

Wow Mac! Such stunning images this week. I love the character of old buildings, and that one in your header--amazing and perfect for this week's theme. I also especially like the old door.