Tuesday, December 01, 2009

ABC WEDNESDAY LETTER " T "



ABC Wednesday has arrived at the letter T this week.
This theme is all about Texture. Look at all the texture in the first picture, the ridges of the fallen log against the overgrown grasses.



I really like the textures of the decaying wood brace of the old wagon against the rusting metal.



The old brick has a weathered look which Time has scoured.



Time has also worked on this old building. All the different wood colors give a lot of texture to this shot.
Enlarging each photo will allow you to see the textures in more detail.
Go to Mrs. Nesbitts link on my sidebar to see what others have posted for the letter T.
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31 comments:

Olivier said...

j'aime bien cette maison abandonnée..belles photos

Mike said...

I just love that wall shot... cool :)

roentarre said...

The perspective and the colouring are amazing.

I love the look of this series. Good for coffee table photo books.

Hilary said...

I just love the brick perspective. Beautiful!

Kansas Bob said...

Ditto what Mike said.. love that wall shot. You have such a great eye for texture Sue.

Jama said...

I love that perspective of the brick wall shot!

Amy said...

Sue, Looks like Bodie, yes? I too love the brick side of the building - the way you set it up was really, really good. And the texture of all the wood is tantalizing!

Janie said...

Beautiful textures, touched by the tincture of time.

Sistertex said...

Wonderful examples of texture in photography. Nicely done. All photos were very enjoyable!

Life with Kaishon said...

Those are some magnificent textures you have captured! You do a wonderful job at photography! I love to come and visit and be inspired!

Carolyn Ford said...

Texture and perspective too! Great photos!

Reader Wil said...

What a clever idea to use textures! The texture of the log in the first photo is brilliant and it is a very great piece of art! Thanks for your visit.

Vaggelis said...

fantastic textures!!!

Spiderdama said...

Nice and beautiful T!:-)

RuneE said...

You do know good subjects when you see them. Thank you for sharing!

Kate said...

Your photos demonstrate a wide variety of textures. It's a pleasure viewing them!

Hildred and Charles said...

Beautiful shots, - wonderful textures.

Pam said...

You have a wonderful eye for photography. I enjoyed touring all the lovely photo on your blog.
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a nice comment.

Roger Owen Green said...

the narrative really made the photos work as well as they do.

Joy said...

Terrific texture and beautiful photos, love the grain and washed out colours.

Rose said...

Great photos--you certainly have an artistic eye!

Paula Scott said...

You know I'm a texture 'hound' don't you? Well, I am, so I that might tell you a bit about how pleased I am with this post! It looks like Bodi...

Beverley Baird said...

I love these textures photos! I just finished working on a texture unit with my gr. 3s - they loved it.

AphotoAday said...

I've been loving Bodie since I was a young little whipper-snapper of about 12 years of age...

Tumblewords: said...

Glorious textures! Each one a treasure!

Judi said...

Excellent choice!

Dave said...

Interesting photos Sue. I specially liked the brick wall from that angle. - Dave

MedaM said...

The texture on the first photo is great and the perspective on the wall photo is fantastic!

Gerald (Ackworth born) said...

terrific textures!

jay said...

Aaaah, I LOVE this post! Texture adds so much to an image. I particularly love the one of the old brick wall - not only the richness of texture, but beautiful converging angles too. And the colours are nice. :)

Merisi said...

I admire your camera skills,
they manage to capture your visions.
I love the brick wall shot,
the others too, of course,
but the brick wall is a truly arresting image.