19 thoughts on “Texture #WordlessWednesday

    1. Thank you, Robbie. Had to show off our national emblem 🙂

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    1. Thanks, James. I love the contrasts between hard blue rocks (found everywhere here) and the delicate tracery on the leaf ❤

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    1. Thank you, Richa! I should have put my hand beside it, the leaf is huge!

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  1. You never know what you may see. This poor leaf all alone. Great photo.

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    1. Thanks, Michele! The cat was yanking on her leash to keep walking, but I managed to get the photo first, lol

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  2. I can’t think of a better place for a leaf to settle. The stones make for a nice background. I took one like this the other day but with a blacktop background. In yours, one enhances the other. I remember a maple leaf bracelet my dad bought me when I was a child. I have Canadian relatives we’d visit often.

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    1. Thank you, Mary. I think I had a bracelet like that, as well- made with different semi-precious stones?

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      1. I think mine had one stone. Hard to remember.

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  3. It is a nice texture, Jacquie. The contrast catches the eye.

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    1. Thanks, Rob! High compliments coming from you 🙂

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  4. D.L. Finn, Author October 30, 2019 — 3:42 pm

    Love it!

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  5. Oooh a great variety of texture, Jacquie. Such a sharp image — and timely too. Happy November hugs.

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    1. Lol, I was just at your blog 🙂 Thank you, I love the leathery texture the leaves take on at this time of year.

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      1. I haven’t seen fall colors yet (admittedly I don’t get out very far). I’m not sure what to expect. My big mulberry tree is still green. For all I know they might go straight from green to gone. My roses are still blooming, but it’s getting cold at night now. I expect the blooms won’t continue much longer. Autumn in the high desert. I’m truly blessed. More hugs.

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        1. Have you tried mulberries? Mary Smith says they’re delicious

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