TEXTure-visual journal entry #1






Today’s adventure had plenty of eye popping textures and these are some of the textures that grabbed by attention. When I associated the word texture with these images, I was reminded that the object’s space & surroundings inform us about how much or how little we value texture. The “HEY!” image immediately made me think of some sort of vague story about who might have written that or what could have happened before or after “HEY!” was written.  When taking the picture of the beautiful, intricate purple flower, I realized that texture was one of its qualities that really makes it unique. On the other hand I think I was less interested with the texture of the aged doorknob because from a macro scale, it doesn’t really excite me or my visual taste. 


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