Tuesdays of Texture | Week 36 of 2015

Every Tuesday I post an image of a texture or the use of a texture and invite you to join in the fun of sharing a detail of your part of the world by linking your own post to this one. 

You can also @ naramilee in twitter or instagram if you want to share an image from either platform. 

You don’t have to make an exclusive Tuesdays of Texture post, you can find an image during the week and join any day you want and this event is ‘theme free’.   

I share contributions on twitter and mention each one the next week.   Hope to see your part of the world! 


This texture is one very close to my heart.

Texture.

My grandfather used to collect rocks and pieces of wood washed up from the sea.  I grew up seeing this rock in front of our house.

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My mother moved it when she changed the entrance of the house, but kept it in the front, as he did.  There are several pieces (large and very large) pieces like this one in our patio.  All of them have very interesting shapes, colors and textures.

My grandfather was such an extraordinary man.  I miss him so much and often wonder what he would think of me, of what I’ve done in my life.  I would’ve loved to see him with Baby J.

Last week’s cool peeps:

Land of Images shared burnt wood.  You can almost smell it through that shot, beautiful macro.

ladyleemanila shared an interesting tree trunk.  Awesome shape.

klara shared a macro of a dandelion.  So pretty, I feel like I can almost blow it away!

Have a beautifully rich day!  Go observe something outside.  And maybe draw it.  Or take a pic.

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