Droplets on a leathery leaf
A bird image in bark
Green dappled bark
Smooth milkweed fibers and coarse companions
To join the challenge: Let’s Be Wild–Wild Weekly Photo Challenge: Texture in Nature
Except for the different geometric lines, or maybe along with those — the leaf skin is similar to human skin. (My neighbors must think the woman with magnifying glass studying her arm in the patio door sunlight has a tick!) I love the light and shadow of the shot, too (one can almost smell the earth below the nearby ferns), and the water droplet magnification.
I wonder what my neighbors are thinking when I’m out there peering into a leaf. Then again, I think normal’s overated.
LOL! True. Which of the four do you like the best?
The drops of water on leaves was my favorite because the magnification in the drops themselves was unexpected and jewel-like.
Milkweed and drops – and trees. Lovely.
The milkweed silk is lovely.
LOVELOVELOVE the first!
Thank you so much.
Lovely shots of texture – here in South Florida the monarch butterfly caterpillars love eating all the milkweed plants! Thanks for joining in the challenge.
Thanks for the like!
Love the water drops on the leathery leaf.
Great water drops on dark textured part of leaf. Thanks for dropping by my Maine photo post!
Your milkweed shot is luscious!!!
Thank you very much.
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