Texture. Again I find myself thinking beyond the idea of several different items with different looks, laying nicely next to each other or even intertwined. I was driving down a country road, camera beside me, and came across a corn field with three deer standing in it. I stopped my car and rolled my window down while I got my camera ready. Two of the deer decided to turn and run but one of them decided to wait and see what I was up to. I decided to stay in my car and just shoot through my rolled down window. Now you might ask how in the world a photo of a deer has anything to do with the word texture. Stay with me here as I explain my take on it. The dead corn field is one texture. The slowly melting snow is another. There is also the wooded area behind the field where the other two, more skittish deer, ran. Then finally you have the deer itself. So there you go. My loosely interpreted idea of texture. Oh yeah, I also added a little "grit" to the photo when I was editing it. So I just described five different textures within this photo of this curious deer.
Go take a look at my friend Megan's photo of texture!