.A decaying tree stump. It's difficult to tell precisely how old this tree was. The rings are broken with worm holes and other forms of decay. A testament of how Life purposefully and meaningfully continues even when the object of the life is gone.

Old Tree - woodgrain textures, organic surface patterns, natural colour inspiration. Looking at different textures/surfaces

cabbage leaf | winter-vegetable: cabbage . Winter-Gemüse: Kohl . légumes d'hiver: chou | photography black & white . Schwarz-Weiß-Fotografie . photographie noir et blanc | Photo: Edward Weston |

When he came back he concentrated on nature studies until he died in Edward Weston is widely regarded as one of the foremost photographers in America.

Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932) Botanical fine art photographer

Blossfeldt photographed natural forms in great detail; highlighting their natural structures. The high contrast black and white images ma.

Movement in nature. Contorted brown and tan wood grain from alpine pine tree roots Stock Photo

Movement in nature. Contorted brown and tan wood grain from alpine pine tree roots Stock Photo

Rotting Fruit by Bartistuta, via Flickr

Rotting Fruit by Bartistuta: love the closeup of the fruit rotting in different ways.

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Wood Constellation by Brett Sheenjek: Beauty that comes from years of cold, wind and harsh living. This is wood, but it's great inspiration for clayworks


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