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!
Sooner or later, we will have to recognise that the Earth has rights, too, to live without pollution. What mankind must know is that human beings cannot live without Mother Earth, but the planet can live without humans.
I’ll never understand why people who live in a place like this, in the middle of the mountains, where one of the few things you can be sure of is that the world is beautiful, can throw their junk anywhere.
Right in this street one of the neighbors thinks the green grass is an excellent place to leave entire bags of fast food garbage. They have two little kids. Who in their right minds does that, and does it in front of little kids?!! My two year old knows more about cleanliness and has more sense of responsibility and she can only count up to ten. I just can not compute it.
I was walking outside some weeks ago and found this on the road side. If you heard a scoff back then it was my indignation.
These cool peeps shared textured with us! Check out their images, they are all better than mine:
Debbie shared the ruins of St Catherine’s Chapel and Almshouses, in Exeter. I would love to visit that place!
Land of Images shared a texture of lichen. Pop of color!
Marie shared a macro of a sunflower! Sunflowers are quickly becoming one of my favorite subjects to explore texture.
Have a big day. A big, loud, happy day!