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Something for the Older Set

Posted by
Eric Cousineau (Sherwood Park, Canada) on 5 July 2014 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

Other animal fibers used include alpaca, angora, mohair, llama, cashmere, and silk. More rarely, yarn may be spun from camel, yak, possum, qiviut, cat, dog, wolf, rabbit, or buffalo hair, and even turkey or ostrich feathers. Natural fibers such as these have the advantage of being slightly elastic and very breathable, while trapping a great deal of air, making for a fairly warm fabric. Also the "yarn" can be made out of the Cameron tree.

PENTAX K-5 1/60 second F/4.0 ISO 3200 135 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Devi from Chennai, India

That looks ...
like the mouth of a bird's nest !!! Beautiful texture, colours and light here:)

5 Jul 2014 6:02am

PATRICK from miramas, France

excellent 5****

5 Jul 2014 6:18am

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Superbe tons et trou dans la pelotte de laines

5 Jul 2014 6:26am

Gérard Beullac from Paris, France

Closer and closer ...

5 Jul 2014 7:16am

maedeh ashrafi from hamedan, Iran

Nice shot

5 Jul 2014 9:20am

Sam from Chennai, India

Beautiful close up of this yarn. Nice details, textures and colours. Great shot, Eric! :)

5 Jul 2014 9:34am

Mamyni from Argenteau-Visé, Belgium

Magnifique cette série Wool

5 Jul 2014 1:41pm

Adela Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

Awesome... I love it! Perfect shot Eric! Best regards, Adela

5 Jul 2014 3:57pm

Lena from San Francisco, United States

Nice colors, great close up...

5 Jul 2014 6:00pm

Lalena from Barcelona, Spain

Beautiful close up Eric!
Have a nice weekend!

5 Jul 2014 6:04pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A nice closeup of the yarn. Looks like a mouse might live in there.

6 Jul 2014 12:15am

Langevine from Angers, France

génial ce cadrage

6 Jul 2014 6:13am

1/60 second
ISO 3200
135 mm (35mm equiv.)