Weekly Photo Challenge – Texture11th August 2014|Photography|Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II, Canon EOS 1100D, Faversham, Kent, Lightroom, Mount Ephraim Gardens, Photo Editing, Photography, Texture, Weekly Photo Challenge Home » Latest News » Photography » Weekly Photo Challenge – Texture As part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Texture, I have used the above picture as the texture of the brickwork gives a nice backdrop to this sole yellow flower amongst a mass of purple flowers. Advertisements Like this:Like Loading... 2 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge – Texture Timelesslady 6th August 2017 I love flowers photographed against brick. I have a chimney on one side of the house and over the years I have managed to grow a climbing pink rose…oh my…the contrast when the flowers bloom. The only down side is the display only lasts a few weeks. Great photo. Loading... Reply Bren 6th August 2017 I love the contrast of brick and flowers and I would love to grow a climbing pink rose over our porch.. but the only downside is the porch is wooden and of course growing things over the porch will of course cause the wood to rot. And of course as you say the flowers only last a few weeks. Now believe or not I purchased a carpet rose a few years ago and instead of that growing along the order it grew up the fence.. and it looked lovely until we had to have the fence replaced and we had it had to come down. Loading... Reply I just love comments... Thanks for stopping by... Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.