Thursday, August 19, 2010

Textures @ The Gardens



Since I spend so much time photographing in the gardens, I wanted to bring you something a little different. While I love flowers, there are so many more fascinating things to see. Here are some unusual ones. Tree branches, tree trunks and even a macro of a stone wall which is part of a new pathway.





8 comments:

Dani said...

Wow. A cool post. The first trunk looks like a gas mask. Funny.

rainfield61 said...

Macro photography always bring wonders, after everything has been magnified.

Bangchik said...

You are right, garden is not all about flowers, branches, weeds, cracks, walls play their part to form what's unique for that particular garden... ~bangchik

Secondary Roads said...

Very interesting. The stone wall reminds me of the stone walls I've seen in New England. Even had one on the south side of our property.

betchai said...

the 2nd looks very interesting Jo, it looks like a pine cone stuck to the branch?

Ann said...

There are just so many wonderful things to discover when you have a camera in your hands. Love the pictures. The tree is quite interesting and I love the pine cone. Like the stone wall too. I was in the park one day taking macro shots of the stone house they have there.

lina said...

The first photo kinda pop-out to me and the first glance I took, it was like some strange alien being. :D

Cher said...

wow! what an interesting textures you have captured Jo!