Weekly Photo Challenge: Textured

I think I may have to post a few pictures for this one. Maybe one a day.

Frosted Rope

So, this one first. It’s been a long time since I’ve chilled on my boat, and this picture is a nice reminder that it is also fun in cold weather if I have the right clothing…

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13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Textured

  1. wonderful – texture layered onto texture. the rope in itself is already so rich, and the frost adds another dimension. thanks for sharing.
    &npsp;
    thank you also for stopping by my ‘texture’ post and for your kind words. and yes you are right – it is good old “Stiffel” (Boots) on the post. Such a soft fur she has, I could not leave her out of the collage 🙂
    Have a great weekend!

    • oops, i shouldn’t try to be so hi-tech. that &npsp; above was supposed to have a “b” after the “n”…… sigh.
      ah well. feel free to edit my remark if you like, and then you can delete this one. but no pressure 🙂 cheers!

      • yes, i am rather fond of Stiffel. Unfortunately she lives some 8,000+ kilometers away so i only see her when i am visiting in germany.
        no pressure about the letters if it is too much trouble. i will give you an example, if that’s ok, of what it should have looked like.
        example: I want to leave a space after this line, so i will key in the letters that will do that. you can see them if you elect to ‘edit’ this comment. it will have, all run together without spaces the following 6 keys:
        & n b s p ;
        However, because I have included spaces, you can see all 6 characters. If I type them on the next line, and all run together without spaces – they will not appear in this comment (unless you open the ‘edit’ view), but they will create a space between this line and the next:
         
        like this 🙂 And if that doesn’t make sense, then no worries. It’s really ok. Have a wonderful day!

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