While I was taking this picture I had a more abstract genre in mind than texture. Nevertheless, it may still fit with the texture theme.
The image shows about two square feet of ice fragments floating on a riverbank (Outaouais River, near Ottawa). The picture was taken last Sunday, in the middle of a warm but grey and windy Spring afternoon. It is a color picture, taken in RAW format. It has not been converted to black and white. I used the basic panel and the tone curve tool in Lightroom, mainly to increase the contrast. A little bit of detail and clarity were added.
Where the picture was taken, the river is almost three kilometres wide. The week before, from the same point of view, it seemed totally covered with one single large piece of ice. Now, there were only a few feet of loose fragments floating along the shore. The waves beating the shore were imitating the sound of the sea. Following the movement of the water, as an answer to its call, ice fragments hitting each other were adding to the natural rhythm of the waves a nice and gentle high-pitched accompaniment, as would have done an animated glass chime.
So, simply put: this is an abstract black and white color texture with a gentle glass chime sound wave.
Fauxtoto, what a capture! It is Texture brought to another level. And your description of the scene you saw? Poetic! I can almost hear the sound of the waves and feel the rhythm of the water and the ice fragments as they interact with each other.
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