Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Texture

Texture, its what's in photos .
Pictures not only capture the moment they capture:
emotion, light,and texture.
Rough, the texture that has a heavy outline
and has great contrast.
Smooth, it can be dull, or amazingly shiny.
Your fingers glide over every curve.
Soft, the always there for you snuggle buddy.
You know what Im talking about, when your in a store,
and you can't keep your hands off that one blanket.

11 comments:

Julie said...

Great photos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Love the angle of the bottle collection photo. (like the bottles too!)
Great title for your photo shoot this time.- Textures. cool. :-)
Enjoyed my visit!

Spring Lake Farm said...

Yeah, the bottle picture ROCKS!

Sandy

Flat Creek Farm said...

Have to say it also - love the bottle picture! But they're all great, of course. And I also enjoyed the descriptions of *texture*. Something I probably don't think about enough when I shoot :) Great job, Aaron! -Tammy

Dianna said...

Love viewing the world through your photo lense, Aaron!

Dogwood said...

Great theme for these photos. You are doing a great job with you blog posts. Isn't it fun!

Jayme, The Coop Keeper said...

Hey Bubby...Another great job! I love seeing my house through your eyes. Keep up the good work, and I might give you an afternoon off school to blog....:-)

Cindy said...

Me likey every. single. shot.

Joycee said...

I love the shot up the tree. Amazing old craggy bark, stood the test of time, still around and green with life every Spring! You've got a knack at this Aaron...

Holly said...

Aaron, not only are your pictures amazing, but you write so well!!!! Very insightful and poetic!!!
Love seeing all your photo's, the angles, and the texture you're showing!
You are inspiring me to take some pictures of something besides my kids!!!!

Have a great week!

Linda said...

Amazing job Aaron! What talent you have and I so enjoy your blog. I never thought about texture's really but you have made me aware of them. So many things we just take for granted.

FairfieldHouse said...

Aaron,

That first photograph is beautiful. You should name it "Wishes." I am just getting caught up with all your posts. Keep shooting and posting.

Deborah