Cracked texture abstracts from weathered paint.
Craquelure texture on an old advertising sign posted on the former fish cannery in Steveston, Canada. Craquelure is defined as a very fine network of veins in old paint. The cracked texture of peeling paint on an abandoned garage in Vancouver’s Chinatown. The same abandoned garage with the paint forming a finer cracked texture due to the different surface. Very fine cracks have formed on this painted plastered wall in Rouen, France. (More of these cracked French walls.) Peeling paint on an abandoned building in La Conner, USA. The blue paint has weathered to a lovely soft tone. Peeling paint on old wood at Granville Island, Vancouver. This old sign is in danger of cracking up! More of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered.