The photo I have chosen for this challenge from the Daily Post about layers of texture is a very recent one. There were many different sorts of clouds that day. Clouds are three-dimensional consisting of droplets of moisture in irregular layers.
The tide was out, so that layers could be seen: deep water, shallow water, wet sand, shingle, concrete.
In the distance there is a hill, which has more layers.
I had been thinking about the idea of insignificance and how thistledown is blown around looking insignificant, when something blew in through the open window. It had already shed its seed. I placed the delicate 3-dimensional piece of plant on a dark blue plastic folder.
Textiles can have interesting textures. Earlier this year I knitted a Twiddlemuff, concentrating on creating interesting textures for an Alzheimer’s sufferer to fiddle with and enjoy. I wrote about it on Sue’s Trifles.
I still have the item and must really make an effort to pass it on to someone, who will be able to make use of it.
The Photo Challenge from the Daily Post this week is Textures.