Friday, 7 October 2011

Detail in stone and wood


I loved the textures of the stone pillars and carved wood of the main door into Southwell Minster. The pattern on the wood was almost like quilting. I think if I was a knitter (which I'm not) this might inspire me into creating a chunky scarf or jumper!  It reminds me of an Aran pattern.

10 comments:

  1. Waoooohhhh GREAT photo again, Jenny!
    You made it black and white and this combination of different textures came out so dramatically.
    I feel almost like standing there and touching these...
    Thank you Jenny, this is a pure pleasure... at 8h33 in Autria! :)

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  2. I love the way you are drawn to patterns and I must admit to a similar attraction myself. Perhaps the Thornton series might be less surprising than we had thought.

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  3. Very beautyful shot! very simple, and yet so rich! I like the textures and the patterns here!
    (I'm no a knitter, but I agree with you about a scarf!)

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  4. I love this! Superb shot!

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  5. Yeah, I love stuff like this! Beautiful photo.

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  6. Cool photo....I love all of the textures.

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  7. Great capture! Lovely textures.

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  8. Very nice! I like to capture textures too, and it works particularly well in monochrome.

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  9. Oh this is really some yummy texture to see today. Really nice! ~Lili

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