After reading Kat Sloma's post for Exploring with the camera series: Found Texture,
I thought I would keep my eyes open for some texture on a recent trip into the city.
I didn't have to look too far: Sydney is full of texture.
Many of the early Sydney buildings were made of sandstone.
Here are a combination of textures outside the Museum of Sydney.
I found some more texture on our ferry trip home.
Dirty, rough ropes,
shells attached to the sandstone walls and the pole at the wharf,
and a smooth, shiny painted seat.