I had intended to do this post earlier to take time and select some good images, but I’ve had a very muddly week, and come to it late. So not sure I’m showing many good images….anyway., here goes…
I have tried to find examples from nature, decaying buildings, etc First up, an image from the Neon museum in Warsaw, an old decayed neon sign, well past it’s best, and I thought it had some great crumbly texture:
I thought I would show some textures from nature in a gallery:
Now for some more textures of decay:
And finally, appropriate for the season here, a wood texture image:
.Linked to Lens artists at Jude’s here
Some fabulous examples here Sue. Love the decay gallery and that first sign. Glad you managed to join me this week. As the saying goes “better late than never” 😂
Well, I was determined to join you, but life was rather getting in the way, Jude!
Hope you’re feeling a lot better now.
Quite a bit….little steps, Jude!
As Becky says, little steps are better than none. One day at a time…
Very good choices, Sue. You covered a wealth of textures.
Best wishes, Pete.
Well,, pleased you think so, Pete!
I love all your decay images – the old neon sign is an especially great find! And from all your lovely nature shots it was the tulips that stood out for me, with a beautiful delicate faded look to the shot 🙂
Thanks, Sarah! That Neon museum had some real gems, and I do find tulips the most obliging of flowers in decay!
Wonderful choices all Sue! The neon sign was an absolutely perfect choice to lead your post off and all of the decay at the end is marvelous. Of course Mother Nature can always be relied on, no matter the subject. Thanks for fitting us in despite you week’s challenges. I must admit it’s been a challenge for me too but here we are, right as rain as they say. Somehow we do manage to muddle through LOL!
Beautiful photos. Really liked that last one
Many thanks, I J!
Great examples, Sue. I loved the decay gallery.
Thank you, Janet !
Great textures. Love the old doors and buildings. Excellent.
Many thanks, John…and I have thought of some I should have added!
A great gallery. You know which ones I liked the best, so I needn’t bother telling you!
I thought you’d go with decaying buildings, Sue, and I half intended to do the same but it didn’t fit with planned posts. Yours are great and I love the thistles and Tibetan bark too. Gently does it, lass!
Fantastic textures Sue. So many things to delight my fingertips with 😀
Don’t think anything else says ‘texture’ as much as thistles do. Lovely collection.
I rather agree re thistles! Glad you like this post, Agnes 😊
I certainly did.