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Layers. Layers can reveal, conceal, and make something more complex. They can vary in size, texture, color, or functionality. Each layer…

Verza cabbage, by Sara Rosso

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Verza cabbage by Sara Rosso

Verza cabbage, by Sara Rosso

Layers. Layers can reveal, conceal, and make something more complex. They can vary in size, texture, color, or functionality. Each layer can have its own story, meaning, or purpose. They can overlap, blend, or be distinctly separate. A layer doesn’t have to be a part of a single object but can even be a slice of a multifaceted image or scene.

This lovely Italian cabbage verza is amazing to see in its full glory. The part we actually eat in the center seems to be the least interesting part when you see the layers which surrounded and protected it prior.

In a new post specifically for this challenge, share a photo which means LAYERS to you!

Sara Rosso

I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

- Sara Rosso

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      1. Nothing special actually, my smartphone, a Samsung Galaxy S. I wasn’t really expecting to find anything interesting walking in these streets, so I was without any camera.

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