Natural Textures of the Pacific Northwest // JustineCelina.com
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NATURAL TEXTURES OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

For today’s post I wanted to try something a little different. As an art director and designer, I’m always looking for texture, colour, shape and pattern in imagery — most of the time I don’t even realize it, it’s just something my mind is naturally conditioned to do. So I thought I would post a collection of images from my trip to the Pacific Northwest that I find texturally interesting.

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Craving more travel? Check out my Pacific Northwest Snapshot post, or follow the hashtag #justinemeetsworld on Instagram! Later this month I’m headed to New York.

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