To be close to the texture of things


All photos by Wells Baum (@bombtune)

I walked through woods, botanical gardens, and autumnal light-filled streets spotting the hybridity of green and colored plants, swamps, leaves, and vines trying to grasp a sense of texture that brings a sense of play to the air.

The peaceful taste of daily experience relaxes the texture of the human mind.

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11 thoughts on “To be close to the texture of things”

  1. You have some really strong images here! Particularly like the top right and the one two down from it! Great shots. I also really love the leaf that looks like a Masquerade mask! We have a ball coming up at work, I could do with a leaf like that!

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