This week’s Photo Challenge is Textures. Textures both natural and man-made. You can touch, and sense them, too.
We do have plenty of sand in Jamaica. Here the beach has been carefully raked, but you can see one or two footprints. The shadows also add to the texture.
At the Rastafarian Indigenous Village near Montego Bay, a curious kitten’s fur almost blends in with these logs.
Leaves create a variety of textures. These are fallen mangrove leaves.
Textiles are textures. Of course! This is a T shirt made by a child at Trench Town Reading Centre for Christmas.
Textures galore in this “red” piece of textile art by Margaret Stanley.