Whether

the feel of soft fur or the sharp edge of a broken seashell,

the sight of fresh black magma or the delicate wisp of a cloud,

the sound of ripples upon the surface of water or the birds bickering,

the smell of pine trees in crisp alpine air or the fragrant blooming flower,

the taste of salt crystals growing on rock or the sweet sap oozing from the tree,

anything you can perceive with the five senses contains a permeating layer of

texture.

When senses intermingle, as they tend to, the result can be quite pleasant.

I am the Texturologist.

I take photos of natural textures that stimulate the sense of touch.

I hope you enjoy my photos and I appreciate the support.