Layers Upon Layers- #SundayStills #Photography


This Week’s Sunday Stills Challenge is all about Texture

Terri Webster Shrandt hosts a fun weekly photography challenge that you can join in on here

It’s autumn in Canada, a time for color and texture, warm coats and frosty breaths.

I love the warmth of these berries against the cool shade of rock. The robins will pick this clean by Christmas!

Our maple has lost its leaves now, but the color was just glorious!

So many wonderful textures to appreciate; from the climbing hydrangea holding on to its summer glory, to the iron table with its charming legs, and my gargoyle friend who watches over our yard.

A Clematis after losing its petals

This cantaloupe is a furry little guy!

A raindrop caught on the petal of my hydrangea

What do textures mean for you?

30 thoughts on “Layers Upon Layers- #SundayStills #Photography

  1. Beauttiful photos, Jacquie. I’m also Canadian, so I appreciate the colorful pallette on display every year. I love the red that some Maple trees turn. The gargoyle, by the way, already looks cold. 🙂

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    1. Maybe he needs a toque? 😊 We’ve been blessed with a warmer than normal winter across Canada so far this year. Last year around this time, my daughter was getting unburied by the National Guard from an epic snowfall!

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  2. Gorgeous photos, Jacquie. I’ve always loved the red Maples during autumn.

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    1. Me too! We have three, all with different leaf 🍁 colors and patterns, but I want more, lol

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  3. Glorious photos, Jacquie. You are right about the textures.

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  4. Speck-tacular! Wow, Jacquie, you captured your stunning autumn colors beautifully! But my favorite was the gargoyle! I want one for my new place, and a huge totem pole.

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    1. A totem would be so cool! Thanks for another wonderful photo prompt, Terri 😊

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  5. I love these photos Jacquie. The textures add another dimension to your pictures.

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    1. Thanks, Pat. My phone is filled with plant photos, lol

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  6. These are absolutely gorgeous pictures Jacquie. I love the little gargoyle.

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    1. He’s adorable 😊 Hubby insists he comes alive at night and protects the yard, lol

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    1. Thank you, Saania. Happy holidays!

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  7. D.L. Finn, Author November 30, 2020 — 1:33 am

    Such gorgeous colors and photos, Jacquie:) your gargoyle made me smile.

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  8. It looks like it’s been a pretty colourful autumn in Canada, Jacquie. And like you, our Robin will have eaten all the red berries off our holly plants by the time Christmas comes.

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    1. We had 100 km winds today, so the leaves that were left have blown away, lol

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      1. Welcome to the beginning of the winter, Jacquie. ☃

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  9. Sophie @BewareOfTheReader November 30, 2020 — 12:48 pm

    The maple is glorious Jacquie!

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    1. Thank you, Sophie! Do you have them in Belgium?

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  10. Very captivating images and they are an intro to the perfect escapes to the perfect escapes of your selective reads!😍 💕🍃💕🍂☕️☕️☕️☕️

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      1. And, I love your inspirations! What an unusual season with everyone wearing masks! I wondering about 2021.🤔🙏☕️☕️

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        1. More of the same, I’m afraid. At least until every single person gets immunized.

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