Beyond the visuals, photography captures our sense of touch with texture. Here I’ve used Moog’s paw and a textured blanket shot with the camera’s creative visual HDR mode. It does not take much for this subject to become ‘touching’ too!
One for Monochrome Monday – requiring just a minor reduction of blue saturation
10 thoughts on “Touch”
apologies for the pun but …purrfect and touching too! 😉
I was tempted by that one too Marina 🙂
couldn’t resist! 😉
aww- awe-mazin’ I could feel the texture. Thanks, Laura.
a soft to the touch one Selma 😉
I know 💕
There is something about the tone with in the image that seems to evoke a mood.
that is just what I had hoped others could feel Brenda (rather than just the personal for me) as mood is indeed one aspect of textures
Texture, sure, yes. But where my seeing began to circulate had so much to do with composition (with credits to subject included), as well delivered so unexpectedly. Truth when first observed, half a heartbeat at least, wondering, what is this? Only after, did I have names given to what’s in view. Do we call that direct seeing? I don’t know. But the experience is honey sweet.
I think you allow us to see more than the obvious. I trust how you see, if that makes sense.
‘direct seeing’ – oh yes Neil – before cognition kicks in. Am reading Howarth’s “The Mindful Photographer” and that is one of the practices
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