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Married to the lovely Geoffrey, my soulmate. I have two fantastic big kids,both married, whom I love and miss every day I'm not with them, but I know they're living and loving their lives and we make up for time when we get together.I now have three granddaughters too...

Friday, 10 July 2009

Friday Shoot Out, Texture.

This is solid rock formations on the beach near us

My door knocker
A neighbours door.
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26 comments:

yvette said...

lots of inspiration al those colors and textures

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Those rock formations look like a scene on the moon!

CJ xx

Genie said...

Love the Textures Jude
Earings and beads are wool/felt Organza. wire and beads.
have a fun weekend.
Jean

Kitten said...

The picture on the beach is my favorite.

Audrey said...

Great pictures Jude! Lots of texture. My favorties area the grate and the door!

Menopausal musing said...

Wonderful pictures. I just love old doors/windows with peeling paint. Those rock formations are something else, as well. x

Denise said...

I've never seen solid rock formations on a beach - so interesting. I live near the shore also and I marvel how different it can be in so many places.

Sarah said...

Beautiful shots, I especially loved the grate with the sea stuff!! Wonderful!!! Sarah

bindu said...

The first pic looks like the moon's surface! Love the door knocker.

Lynn said...

Great Texture shots. Thanks for the idea. Love the beach!!! Wow!

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

Lovely textures and 'shabby' shades but, do creatures live in those holes, Jude, in the top photo? I could imagine something a bit creepy climbing out of there! Bye for now. Lesley

Doreen said...

the rock formations are very interesting. all of your photos are amazing! nicely done!

Artist Unplugged said...

What awesome images. The first one reminds me of the moon's surface, not that I have been lately. Funny, I believe today is the 40th anniversary of the moon landing! Such interesting textures you captured.

J9 said...

The rock formation looks like a moonscape - very cool!

Mediterranean kiwi said...

have i never told you that you can freeze boureki?
make as i do, stick into freezer immediately and do not thaw when you decide to cook it

you can freeze cooked boureki too - just do not thaw when you re-heat it, and naturally it will require less cookign time

Faith said...

I have just been looking at your lovely photos so full of ideas and textures, a designers paradise there. Oh Dewi made me laugh Scratch, Alice and Tam would do that too bringing in a leg of anything if they could freaking out Jim because hes a vegetarian and me chasing them,,,, "catch me if you can" theyll woof.

fiona d said...

lovely textures, and colours too - I love the peeling door and the shadowy edge it has. Your beach is amazing.

Cheryl said...

Love this! Reminds me of my photography classes...but I didn't live in Crete to find such fabulous textures!!!!
Bravo:)

Chele said...

I loved that door!

cupcakes.gr said...

Its already been said but the rock formations do look like they are from the moon. The door is great too.

Ivy said...

I love those old door knockers. Great pictures.

katie jane said...

Love your texture. That's some beach! The castles are already started.

Zaroga said...

Great photos! You found some great textures. I especially like the door.

seashell cosmos said...

Ooo, love all of them, but especially the beach. go figure, eh? :)

GigiSxm said...

love your texture shots

GingerV said...

I can't believe I have been missing your blog all these weeks. I love your photos of texture - the old door my fave.