It has been a while since I had any shots that I thought were worthy of sharing for Tuesdays of Texture, but this past weekend we visited the re-opening of Les Jardins Moore gardens just north-east of Montréal in the town of Mascouche.
As we walked around the property admiring the diversity of local plants and flowers I was able to get some nice shots that I’ll share in future posts. At one point we entered a forested area at one end of the property and I was immediately captivated by the old, moss-covered stone retaining wall that separated the upper and lower terraces of the gardens.
I took quite a few shots from different angles and positions to capture the texture in the stone wall, as well as the moss and forest debris on the wall. These are some of the my favorites: