Textures that can be seen in this photo tend to be opposites. Soft, hard, yielding, solid, pliable, rigid. Of course these are just words, it is through touch that you know and feel the texture.
At the Search Dog Foundation in Santa Paula CA, dogs train to sharpen their skills to rescue people. You will find the dogs training atop rubble piles, waiting atop a rock for the next command or in the agility training tent working on balance and foot placement. This is only a small sample of the areas they learn to rescue people
A path can be trod upon by many things. They leave behind a clue to who or what was there. Do these clues stay forever? No, they are disturbed by the wind, the rain, and the next thing to cross their path. How many different tracks can you find?
Sometimes the sun is at a perfect angle to create its own art piece. With a slight angle of the camera, the lines create interest while the sun plays tricks with the grain in the wood adding an eye to the swan like shape. It is the light and dark colors that make monochromatic photos sing.
Enveloped in water they hide themselves.
Coming up to breathe they delight those searching for the beauty of these large creatures.
Breaching, moving the water around them they allow viewers to spot the place kept secret.