Weekly Photo Challenge: Textures

In response to the WordPress Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Textures

This week, focus on the tactile element of the objects you shoot, whether it’s one distinct quality — softness, smoothness, graininess, or any other texture you find interesting — or a combination of several within one frame.

Photos I have added textues to …

kitchen Quarters
Victorian kitchen quarters
Amlwch Port Lighthouse V2
Amlwch Port is located on the northern coastline of Anglesey North Wales. Today the harbour is used for leisure craft and a small fishing industry that includes fishing trips and lobster and crab fishing in the Irish Sea. There is little sign that in the 1800’s Amlwch Port was the world’s most important exporter of copper. Amlwch lighthouse tower situated on the outer pier was erected in 1853
Cottage Ruins
Rhos quarry barrack ruins Capel Curig. Snowdonia National Park. North Wales
Field Of Daffodils
Field Of Daffodils
Beside Still Waters
St Peters was a church in what is now Castle Park, Bristol, England. The church has Saxon foundations, with a 12th-century lower tower, the rest of the church being built in the 15th century. Water feature called Beside Still Waters, by Peter Randall Page 1993.
Manila Cathedral
The Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica, informally known as Manila Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic basilica located in Manila, Philippines, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary as Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, the Principal Patroness of the Philippines. Located at Plaza de Roma in the Intramuros district of the City of Manila, the cathedral was originally a parish church owned and governed by the Diocese of Mexico in 1571, until it became a separate diocese in 1579 The cathedral was damaged and destroyed several times since the original structure was built in 1581 while the eighth and current instance of the cathedral was completed in 1958
Victorian Colliery
Victorian Mining village England
Franciscan Friary
The old Franciscan Friary Wales
Walled City
Muralla Street, Intramuros (Latin, within the walls) is the oldest district and historic core of the City of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Also called the Walled City
The Cross
Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The acronym INRI (Latin: Iēsus Nazarēnus, Rēx Iūdaeōrum) represents the Latin inscription which in English reads as Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews.
Chinese temple Thailand, textured
Chinese Temple Thailand
Bala Lake Railway
Bala Lake Railway (Welsh: Rheilffordd Llyn Tegid) is a preserved railway at Bala Lake, in Gwynedd, north Wales, which runs for a distance of 4 1⁄2 miles using 2 ft narrow gauge rolling stock. It was built on a section of the former Ruabon – Barmouth GWR route which was closed in 1965. Steam Locomotive the Maid Marian, Hunslet works no. 822 was built in 1903
Longboat Thailand
Wooden Thai longboat moored off the beautiful coast of Koh Lanta in the straits of malacca Thailand.
Living On The River
Cambodia life on river, local kitchen and restaurant
Sukhothai Buddha
Buddha statue in Sukhothai Park northern Thailand Sukhothai, the capital of the first kingdom of Thailand, was laid down in the 13th and 14th century. An array of acclaimed monuments, representing the oldest Thai architectural style.
Golden Buddha statue at Thum kao tao Hua Hin, Thailand
Golden Buddha statue at Thum kao tao Hua Hin, Thailand
Giant golden Buddha’s hand
Giant golden Buddha’s hand Thailand
Reclining Buddha
Reclining Thai Buddha

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6 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Textures

  1. Lovely photographs of Wales. Some of my ancestors migrated to the US from Wales. I enjoyed taking a look at some of the landscapes and colors they might have seen in their time.

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