A Photo a Week Challenge – Texture

Fall Fair lizard,

At the Fall Fair, Halifax, Nova Scotia. The dry, pebbly surface of the lizard vs the wooden flakes of the wood chips

Texture can make an interesting photo, whether abstract or a photo of a building, landscape, or even a portrait of someone or something. Texture in a photo can make you easily imagine the smoothness, roughness, slipperiness or dryness of something. It gives the photo depth.

Boats on end

Boats at the harbour in Boscastle, England.

Stanhope Beach, PEI

Stanhope Beach, Prince Edward Island. You can almost feel the sand between your toes!

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle, England, lots of rough stones and cobblestones with a gravelly flooring and old wooden doors

Coral

Coral in the aquarium of Chester Zoo, England.

Challenge from Nancy Merrill Photography

5 thoughts on “A Photo a Week Challenge – Texture

  1. cyclering says:

    Hello! I really like the lizard. Fascinating! Question, I would like to have some perspective, how large is this lizard? How close up were you? Great exercise in texture.

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