Tuesdays of Texture – Feb 23, 2016

Here are my contributions for this week’s Tuesdays of Texture.

On one of my Thursday Doors posts before the holidays I highlighted an historic old building Maison Vaudry, not far from where we live here just north of Montréal.

After getting the door shots I wanted, I walked around this 235 ancestral home to photograph the different building materials that were used for various upgrades and expansions over the years.

I found lots of texture; from the original field stones, textured blocks, to the more modern brick and paving stones around the back:




If you haven’t visited DE Monte Y MAR by all means head on over to check out some of the other texture posts you’ll find there, and perhaps even add your own – it’s a lot of fun.

As always I thank you for looking 🙂

About Norm 2.0

World’s youngest grumpy old man & heart failure wonder boy. Interests: writing, woodworking, photography, travel, tennis, wine, and I know a bit about power tools.
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12 Responses to Tuesdays of Texture – Feb 23, 2016

  1. That rubble wall right at the top is a great texture. I can imagine myself stopping to look at the wall if I walked down that road.

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  2. Pingback: Tuedays of Texture | Week 10 of 2016 – de monte y mar

  3. reocochran says:

    This was a fine example of textures, Norm. I may take up doing textures on Tuesdays but I sure enjoy the doors series you helped interest me in. Thank you for that! 🙂

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  4. pommepal says:

    Love the rich red of these bricks

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  5. This is probably going to sound weird, but I always like to touch brick. I always run my hands over it to feel the texture

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  6. Dan Antion says:

    Quite a combination of material Norm. Nice for textures!

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  7. I do love the wonderful textures, shapes, and colors you captured; they are such great elements in the composition of your images.

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