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Fall leavings…


Thanksgiving week is upon us and that means the opening of the late fall early winter season, which also means that nature will transform itself again. Fall holds so many luxurious photographic opportunities, that it is always hard to see it slip away as November seems to charge full steam ahead into December. This photograph is one of a series I did last fall one early dewy morning, under a the sky’s lovely gigantic softbox, which allowed the natural colors of the leaves to show themselves beautifully. The intricate designs of the leaf lines hold infinite interest for me; tiny veins that bring life and breath to the leaf itself as well as its environs. Hope you enjoy…

f/7.1, 180th, ISO 400, 85 mm with extension tube

PS: In the spirit of the week ahead of Thanksgiving, I want to sincerely thank all those who stopped by, offered comments, and signed up as followers last week as a result of my Freshly Pressed spotlight. It was a delightful experience, and all the positive feedback was quite gratifying! Many thanks and I hope you will continue to enjoy the new images and posts in the weeks and months to come. Cheers!

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Very nice! I love the detail in the leaves, and the water drops in the background!

    November 21, 2011
  2. kaspermj #

    Nice photo 1107 🙂

    Did you take this photo with a macro lens?

    I also wondered about how many views you received while being “freshly pressed” and how many followers/views you got since?

    November 21, 2011
  3. I really like the detail here. Fall has moved into winter here at home. I’m looking a bit more closely for some of the beauty though…

    November 22, 2011
  4. StrangeLittleGirl Photography #

    fantastic shot!!!

    December 7, 2011

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