Moss of varying types slowly consumes our wooden fence. These samples have been at it for 12 years so they aren't quite ready to escape from Shawshank.
Shot JPG Hi (5568x3712)
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Focal Length: 195
Slight color adjustment and sharpened in Photoshop CS
It may seem strange to consider textures as a subject for photography. Textures are about our sense of touch, or how something feels for us. For example, sand is rough and grainy and a glass of water is smooth and maybe a bit wet.But…we can still photograph a subject in such a way as to make the viewer understand how the subject’s surface would feel like if she could touch it. We must not only look for something with an interesting texture to photograph, but we also have to photograph it in such a way that we enhance the textures.