This week’s photo challenge is “Layered.” There are so many layers… some unseen and unknown. Here I have collected a few, in the natural world mostly. Sometimes there are layers in a landscape. Sometimes they are created by people – like the traditional dress Jamaicans wear. I hope you find these photos interesting. The cover photo is of a wall in Cornwall, England: ivy, ferns, leaves…
Layers of foliage in the beautiful forest: Holywell in the Blue Mountains.
Layers of mangrove leaves – how deep do they go – in the wetlands.
There are layers in this seascape – grass, sea, a distant shore, and hills beyond. Montego Bay.
Creative layering… an inspired cityscape made by the children of the Trench Town Reading Centre.
Another children’s picture – layers of bandana cloth as girls perform a folk dance.