Texture lends a dimensional quality to photo's. Often times you find yourself drawn to a particular photograph and unable to put your finger on what or why you're drawn to it. It may be the crispness of a fallen leaf, the crashing of the waves, the roughness of bark, or the softness of an individuals skin. Whatever it is, texture plays an important role in photography. The mere idea that there's something in a photograph that makes you want to reach out and touch it, or brings to mind a specific memory, is what the photographer is aiming for.
Photo's: Eastcreek Photography