Cosmic Photo Challenge

Cosmic Photo Challenge: The Textures In Your World

This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: The Textures In Your World.

My first thought was photos of texture on snow but I decided to expand on that and go with a selection of photos taken on various walks around the neighborhood over the past few months.

Windblown snow.

Weekly Prompts: White


Hosta leaves.

Silent Sunday: 6th October 2019


Orange Lichen and green Moss on a limestone boulder.

Spring colour on the South Bruce Peninsula.


Ivy leaves and autumn leaves.

Six Word Saturday: Autumn Leaves amongst the Ivy Leaves

12 replies on “Cosmic Photo Challenge: The Textures In Your World”

The other possibility is that something is eating them. There’s lots of water around here so there’s no shortage of reptiles and amphibians.

We don’t have Hedgehogs but I suspect that the Raccoons will eat slugs and snails. And there’s no shortage of Raccoons around here.

It was the colour that caught my eye. I must have walked past that boulder dozens of times before the sun was in position to shine through the trees onto it making the colours pop.

Thanks K’lee. I had all sorts of textures picked out until I decided to keep it simple and just go with shots from the past few months.

That’s the real challenge when you have lots of good shots to choose from.

I know, I posted my contribution to the Lens-Artists Find Something Red challenge this morning. I had so many options I just went with the first photos that came to mind.

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