This week the WordPress Photo Challenge subject is “Fray.” This could be a worn or raveled edge from something nature created or from constant rubbing. Photos are already coming to mind as I write this! Ready to see what Fray means to me? Let’s go!
In the spring, the buffalo in Yellowstone try to relieve themselves of their winter coats. They do this by rubbing their bodies up against the trees. We came across a tree that showed evidence of this!
Here are a couple of palm leaves that I photographed while in Mexico. Notice the strings hanging from the plants!
To me, the petals on the Gilardia always look frayed!
A jumble of seaweed that I discovered floating in the bay at Santa Catalina shows worn edges from being battered in the ocean before settling here.
The ducks around our local lake shed their feathers. These are the old feathers from a white goose.
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