Weekend Photography Challenge #459 Shades of Autumn

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    • #423804
      Tersha
      Keymaster
    • #423810
      davidc
      Participant

      I will kick off. Canal at Bollington

      Macclesfield Canal at Bollington

      • #423882
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Beautiful David, it’s positively glowing, lovely!

        • #424380
          davidc
          Participant

          Thanks Tersha.

           

      • #424010
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Lovely shot David. Makes me want some crusty bread, cheese and red wine 🙂

        • #424381
          davidc
          Participant

          That is a good idea Graham thanks.

      • #424292
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Mystical. A sight I’d never see. Thank you.

        • #424382
          davidc
          Participant

          It is a lovely place to walk Pat. Thank you.

    • #423811
      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Spring here so this is from a previous Autumn.

      • #424293
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Love the way the bokeh sets off the varied colors in the leaves.

      • #424383
        davidc
        Participant

        There is something in autumn that just makes you feel good. Great shot Graham

    • #423818
      Click
      Participant

      Autumn in the city

      autumn in the city

      • #423883
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Unusual Click, great colours!

      • #424011
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Good spotting Click and a great way to show Autumn in the city.

      • #424384
        davidc
        Participant

        Very good Click

    • #423819
      Click
      Participant

      “Leaf” Ericson

      leaf

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 5 days ago by Click.
      • #423848
        Mistyisle
        Participant

        Very nice, indeed, click!  Being from NZ, I recognised the name, but could not remember anything about him, so googled –

        ” Leif Erikson Day is an annual observance that occurs on October 9. It honors Leif Erikson, the Norse explorer who led the first Europeans thought to have set foot in continental North America.”

        Even at 75 yrs, I continue to learn.

        • #423875
          ElinL
          Participant

          Oh dear me dear Jim, there you really stepped into the spinach, as we say in Scandinavia.
          Mr Leifur Eiriksson was not Norwegian – then you can probably guess where he was from 😉
          @mistyisle

          • #423898
            Mistyisle
            Participant

            Hi Elin,  you got me wondering because I copied the quote from Wikipedia.  On checking further I see that he was Icelandic.  Because he is mentioned as Norse: Icelandic–Norwegian, it appears that Iceland was under the control of Norway at the time, however, that is confusing to me because before independence, Iceland was part of Denmark?  Maybe I need to go further back in time?

            Maybe you can enlighten me?

            @elax

            • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 5 days ago by Mistyisle.
            • #424062
              ElinL
              Participant

              Jim, actually I´m just being nitpicky. Leifurs father, Eiríkur rauði or Erik the Red, was from Jæren in Norway, but moved to Iceland with his parents when he was about 10 yrs old where he grew up, married and became father to Leifur. Later Eiríkur travelled west, discovered Greenland and settled there. Thus it is essentially a question of how many generations it takes to become a native 😉 Although Wiki states that Leifur is Norwegian, he is generally acknowledged to be Icelandic.

      • #423864
        John Teate
        Participant

        Nice colors and lines.

      • #423893
        Preston
        Participant

        Fantastic colors Click!

      • #424012
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Nice pic Click.

      • #424385
        davidc
        Participant

        Cool Photo Click.

    • #423820
      Charmaine Joubert
      Participant

      • #423827
        P71
        Participant

        Very nice Charmaine.

      • #423836
        LeanneC
        Participant

        I love the simplicity of this image, Charmaine. Lovely.

      • #423865
        John Teate
        Participant

        Great image, I too like the simplicity.

      • #423884
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Autumn minimalism Charmaine, very nice!

      • #423932
        Dave Watkins
        Participant

        Agree with all of the above. Also love how the light shows only one direction of the fencing. Wonderful composition.

      • #424009
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Love the simlicity of this image Charmaine. A great example of spot colour and simple composition.

      • #424294
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Simplicity for me too.

      • #424386
        davidc
        Participant

        Great Image Charmaine.

      • #424428
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        I really like this Charmaine! The colors and repetition of the fence works perfect!

    • #423822
      Dave Watkins
      Participant

      Amber colors of autumn. Maple tree “helicopter” seeds.

      • #423846
        Mistyisle
        Participant

        Very nice textures, Dave.

      • #423866
        John Teate
        Participant

        Nice shadows and textures.

        • #423934
          Dave Watkins
          Participant

          Thanks John. Both you and Mistisle mentioned the texture. Shortly after I posted this I almost went back and edited post to read “A tangle of texture.”

      • #423894
        Preston
        Participant

        They’re so photogenic when they’re not clogging the rain gutters!  Nice shot Dave

        • #423935
          Dave Watkins
          Participant

          🙂 They do a good job at that. Last year I installed gutter guards. It helped. 🙂

      • #424008
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Nice pic Dave and great texture as already mentioned.

      • #424077
        Leesa
        Participant

        I love it.

      • #424296
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Brings back memories – we used to separate the seed pod part and stick them on our noses to see whose would stay on longest.

      • #424387
        davidc
        Participant

        I still throw these up in the air. Good one Dave.

    • #423826
      P71
      Participant

      Polaroid Cube

      • #423885
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        I had to Google Polaroid Cube, it looks interesting! That’s a very nice old fashioned type of landscape.

        • #423890
          P71
          Participant

          Thank you , i got that cube for putting on my bike while out for a ride it sure came in handy that day 😉 .. i use it now when i ‘m doing a spot of fishing it can record 1080p video none stop for 90 mins and shoot .jpegs.

      • #424007
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Love the composition Pat. The image welcomes the viewer to the country in the best way. That gate is like a big hand saying “Please, come this way” 🙂

        • #424038
          P71
          Participant

          Thanks a lot Graham , everytime i passed by this place i can’t help thinking about john constable my mind was influenced because i was learning about Digital landscape painting and this place looked just like so many places i had seen replicated in digital format.

          I just wish i could paint like constable ;).

           

      • #424064
        ElinL
        Participant

        I did like Diane, googled Polaroid cube – seems to be both neat and handy. Beautiful colours.

        • #424101
          P71
          Participant

          Thank you Elin ;).

      • #424297
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Looks like a New England scene, Pat

        • #424330
          P71
          Participant

          Thanks Pat , i just looked at a bunch of shots from  New England in fall and such great colours every place , lots of bright reds mixed with evergreens looks stunning.

      • #424388
        davidc
        Participant

        Reminds me of many a walk. Thanks P71

      • #424427
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        Very nice P71! The lighting is exquisite!

    • #423828
      Tersha
      Keymaster

      shades of autumn

      • #424006
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Beautiful pic and beautiful place Diane. Looks like someone grabbed the trees and gave them a good shake.

        • #424173
          Tersha
          Keymaster

          Thanks Graham, I spotted it next to the car park, in the local town.

      • #424066
        ElinL
        Participant

        A magnificent tree – beautiful !

      • #424389
        davidc
        Participant

        Lovely photograph Tersha.

    • #423835
      LeanneC
      Participant

      Pumpkin Parts:

      Pumpkin Parts

      Hope:

      Hope

      • #423847
        Mistyisle
        Participant

        Wow, great that you saw those pumpkin parts, Leanne – very intriguing and different!  You should enter into competition – it would fit a number of topics.

      • #423876
        ElinL
        Participant

        Loved your pumpkin image when I saw it on Flickr Leanne, still love it. One I would like to have on my wall.

      • #423886
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        As Elin already said, I loved your pumpkin image when I saw it on Flickr, great viewpoint and textures Leanne!

      • #423936
        Dave Watkins
        Participant

        Two beautiful fall images. Especially like the first one.

      • #423955
        Preston
        Participant

        Fantastic Leanne! Your details are always incredible

      • #424005
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Well spotted Leanne. From the everyday comes something fascinating. Great pics.

      • #424191
        Frogdaily
        Participant

        Love these Leanne! Awesome captures

      • #424222
        JasenkaG
        Keymaster

        These two close-ups are very beautiful, I really like the colors and how sharp they are. Great job, Leanne!

      • #424298
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        What everyone said. A work of art without the carving.

      • #424314
        Pamela Winter
        Participant

        Beautiful, Leanne!  Detail shots are so very intriguing.

        • #424318
          LeanneC
          Participant

          Thanks for the kind comments, all! I love my macro lens and the different perspective it affords. Glad the images resonate with others as well.

      • #424390
        davidc
        Participant

        Really good Leanne.

    • #423855
      chris pook
      Participant

      My Autumn so far is colder and colder in hue.  From early morning dog walks last week;

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      • #423867
        John Teate
        Participant

        I really love the 2nd image with your dog.  Lighting and texture gives the early morning chill and of course the dog looks so thoughtful.

      • #423872
        P71
        Participant

        Love image 2 chris , love the depth you maintained in along the track , smashing work.

      • #423877
        ElinL
        Participant

        Agree with John and Pat, wonderful image of your dog, beautiful colours and so full of early morning atmosphere.

      • #423887
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        No 2’s my fav too, Chris, stunning photo!

      • #423895
        Preston
        Participant

        The second pic is excellent Chris! Your dog looks downright regal.

      • #424004
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Yep, second one for me too Chris. Just about every other dog I’ve known would be drooling at the mouth and doing backflips and circle-work by now. Is this walk a regular thing for him/her?

         

      • #424088
        Robert Apple
        Moderator

        Your Photo was recognized in the Members Picks Week of November 4th Forum  ⬅ Click Here

      • #424299
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        I’ll join the votes for #2 and congrats on Member pick!

      • #424402
        davidc
        Participant

        I want to be out there in them fields. very nice

      • #424426
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        Very nice Chris! You captured the colors brilliantly! (The dog is cute, too)

    • #423856
      Andre P.
      Participant

      Autumn is truly a great season to stroll through nature and be seduced by all shapes and colors

    • #423857
      Andre P.
      Participant

      • #423949
        Preston
        Participant

        Nice find on this little cluster of mushrooms Andre.  It looks like they’re protecting each other from rain.

        • #424047
          Andre P.
          Participant

          I like the idea that they are in a group to protect each other.

      • #424003
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Love this pic. Haven’t seen mushrooms like this before. They look great alongside the vibrant green.

        • #424046
          Andre P.
          Participant

          They grew on a tree trunk, next to the moss. At most 8 to 10 cm high.

    • #423858
      Andre P.
      Participant

      • #423954
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Beautiful reds and greys, Andre!

      • #424002
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Nice one!

      • #424403
        davidc
        Participant

        great colors, Andre!

    • #423861
      ElinL
      Participant

      All leaves long gone. The frost adorns the landscape with a soft layer of white – my favourite time of the year.

      Autumn landscape

      • #423868
        John Teate
        Participant

        Lovely photo!  Really gives the feel of the approaching colder weather.

      • #423957
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Simply beautiful Elin, lovely monotone shades!

      • #424001
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Wonderful image Elin. I adore it. The composition is spot on and there’s a sense of the change from slightly warmer to colder times ahead. Should be framed and hung on a wall!

      • #424060
        P71
        Participant

        Great capture lovely looking land to travel.

      • #424061
        ElinL
        Participant

        Thank you John, Diane, Graham and Pat 🙂

      • #424063
        Robert Apple
        Moderator

        Your Photo was recognized in the Members Picks Week of November 4th Forum  ⬅ Click Here

      • #424404
        davidc
        Participant

        This could be from another planet. very cool Elin

      • #424409
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        Incredibly beautiful image Elin!

    • #423869
      John Teate
      Participant

      White Water Run

      White Water Run

      • #423896
        Preston
        Participant

        Dandy shot John.  I can picture the kayaker’s face thinking how to approach the rapids.

        • #424037
          John Teate
          Participant

          Thanks.  You are correct this is Woodall Shoals on the Chattooga, so he is seeing his line.

      • #423999
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Would have loved to try this sport in my younger days but not too many rapids around these parts. Do these guys wear red so that they’re easier to find from search and rescue helicopters? 🙂

        • #424036
          John Teate
          Participant

          I got into this later is life, so you’re never too old 😉  Kayaks and dry suits do tend to be brighter colors, kind of like skittles (if you know the candy).

          • #424300
            Pat Garrett
            Participant

            It’s just harder to get in and out of the kayak as one ages!! It must be so wonderful to glide in the quiet of an early morning listening to and capturing nature.

    • #423870
      Preston
      Participant

      Golden Crown

      • #423998
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Wow, I’ve got a pic almost the same as yours Preston. Love this POV.

        • #424067
          Preston
          Participant

          Thanks Graham!  I laid down to take it.  Who says laziness doesn’t pay off?

      • #424044
        John Teate
        Participant

        I like the perspective in this image also.  When the sun hits the top of the trees things really pop.  Nice photo.

        • #424068
          Preston
          Participant

          Thanks John!  It’s a great time of year.  Funny thing is I really didn’t have to do much with the saturation.  Credit goes to Mother Nature on this one.

      • #424405
        davidc
        Participant

        Nice one Preston.

         

    • #423871
      DaveGillespie
      Participant

      This is from a couple of weeks ago. Still sorting some later autumn pics from this weekend

       

      European beech and psyllid

      • #423920
        Kent DuFault
        Participant

        This is great Dave. I love pictures that have the ‘hidden’ element.

      • #423958
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Great close up, love the aphid!

      • #423997
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Terrific shot. Great colour and scale.

      • #424045
        John Teate
        Participant

        Very lovely image and close up.

      • #424116
        DaveGillespie
        Participant

        Thanks for the replies and encouragement.

      • #424425
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        I love this! Your excellent use of DOF adds real strength to this image!

    • #423888
      Tersha
      Keymaster

      yellow fungi in the lawn

      • #423996
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Cute Diane. I can just imagine little insects keeping out of the rain under those mushrooms 🙂

      • #424048
        Andre P.
        Participant

        Beautiful. With these drops of water like precious stones.

    • #423891
      P71
      Participant

      • #424097
        Preston
        Participant

        Just a general thing Patrick, I like how you started to put borders on your photos.  It really spices things up a bit and adds a 50s – 60s nostalgia to it.

        • #424103
          P71
          Participant

          Thank you Preston , it’s hard to tell sometimes  .. some photos work with border some don’t.

      • #424175
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Love this Patrick, I’ve come back to it a couple of times, I can imagine standing on the stone bridge(?).

        • #424236
          P71
          Participant

          It’s a lovely little spot sometimes i fish just below the bridge you can see all the wild trout moving in the water from the bridge when the water levels drop a little.

          Thank you Tersha ;).

      • #424319
        LeanneC
        Participant

        This one has pulled me back a few times as well. Lovely image Patrick. I like the natural border of the rocks.

        • #424331
          P71
          Participant

          Your very Kind Leanne Thanks very much ;).

    • #423901
      Graham Hart
      Participant

      leaves + light + colour = Autumn

      • #423937
        Dave Watkins
        Participant

        Very nice display of autumn colors. And wonderful play of light and shadow.

      • #423959
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Great colours enhanced with the light and shadow Graham.

      • #424096
        Preston
        Participant

        This one might be the epitome of autumn.  As everyone said before, nice light and shadow Graham.

      • #424320
        LeanneC
        Participant

        So simple yet so effective. Great image Graham!

    • #423919
      JasenkaG
      Keymaster

      • #423921
        Kent DuFault
        Participant

        Very interesting, Jasenka. I like how you chose a moody darker representation of fall versus the bright reds and yellow colors most often associated with autumn. Your image depicts an aspect of autumn that we often overlook as photographers.

      • #423938
        Dave Watkins
        Participant

        I also like the overall darkness and muted tones in this image. Autumn means cooler temps and you’ve captured that feeling here.

      • #423983
        P71
        Participant

        Perfect mood of Autumn captured , nice seeing Jasenka.

      • #423993
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Beautiful moody shot Jasenka. I find it quite fascinating as well because of the focus points. One being the in the middle of the right hand edge and the other being the leaves at the bottom of the image.

      • #424030
        JasenkaG
        Keymaster

        Thanks everyone 🙂

      • #424039
        John Teate
        Participant

        Very moody and sets the scene for autumn.  Nice.

      • #424176
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Really like this Jasenka, I like the darkness, then the glimmer of light coming through.

      • #424322
        LeanneC
        Participant

        Lovely shades of blue and red/brown. I like this one a lot, Jasenka.

      • #424424
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        I love the colors! Very subtle and smooth.

    • #423924
      Elysia
      Participant

      Overlooking the Niagara Whirlpool

       

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by Elysia.
      • #423960
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Amazing! It looks pretty high up there!

        • #424102
          Elysia
          Participant

          Thank you, Tersha! It’s a couple hundred feet up, for sure!

      • #423990
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Cool. Is that a cable car contraption?

        • #424100
          Elysia
          Participant

          Thanks, Graham! Yes, it’s an aero car. I think it was originally built in the 1910s.

    • #423939
      Dave Watkins
      Participant

      Autumn often brings foggy mornings in the pacific northwest.

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by Dave Watkins.
      • #423950
        Preston
        Participant

        Bone chilling atmosphere Dave!  Did you desaturate or is it all the fog and morning light doing it for you?

      • #423989
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Nice pic Dave. I’m feeling the cold.

      • #424043
        John Teate
        Participant

        Nice image and I agree with above brrrrr. 🙂

      • #424050
        Dave Watkins
        Participant

        Thanks all for the comments. Preston. Out of camera  image was very flat because of all the fog. Only a few minutes earlier you could barely see the tree. I increased contrast some to give the image at least a little definition.

        Shot has exactly ZERO amount of the wonderful autumn colors Tersha mentions in her intro to this challenge. In my defense there’s not a lot of color left in my neck of the woods.  Although after the fog lifts this morning I may venture out into the wild to look for some.  🙂

      • #424117
        DaveGillespie
        Participant

        oops

         

         

         

      • #424301
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Penetrating – can feel the damp, raw surroundings

    • #423956
      Holly K
      Participant

      • #423988
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Hi Holly, looks like the tail end of Autumn 🙂

        • #424053
          Holly K
          Participant

          You are right, Graham!

    • #423976
      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      We got such an early hard freeze most of the leaves never had a chance to change colors, just froze and fell off. So here is a dry seed pod.

      • #423987
        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Don’t know why but I’m getting a sense of a wild and crazy dance troupe. Something about limbs assunder and flailing arms perhaps? 🙂

      • #424076
        Leesa
        Participant

        Cool photo. I see the dancers too, Graham.

      • #424177
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        I really like shots like this, I’m trying to work out what the plant is.

        • #424180
          Robert Apple
          Moderator

          Thanks Diane, if you figure it out let me know, I can’t seem to find it.

      • #424302
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        I’m seeing dancers as well – beautifully defined image

      • #424423
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        This is great Robert!

    • #423991
      Tom M
      Participant

      Twas a Good Life…

      • #424106
        Elysia
        Participant

        I love this image, Tom. Forgive the grim comparison, but it reminds me of Ophelia’s “offscreen” demise in Hamlet. Simultaneously beautiful and haunting.

        • #424203
          Tom M
          Participant

          Thanks Elysia. I liked the mood in this shot…

           

    • #423992
      Tom M
      Participant

      Yellow…

      • #424069
        Preston
        Participant

        Nice splash of color Tom.  Are they Birch or Aspen?

        • #424204
          Tom M
          Participant

          Thanks, Preston. I’m not sure. From NY, so probably birch…

           

    • #424013
      Charmaine Joubert
      Participant

      • #424041
        John Teate
        Participant

        Wow, red really pops.  Nice color and soft light for autumn.

    • #424051
      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      We didn’t have much color in my area this year. We went from summer to pre-winter pretty darn quickly. So, here’s a shot I took a couple of years ago. I like the semi-abstract effect of this shot.

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 3 days ago by Kent DuFault.
      • #424073
        Preston
        Participant

        It’s like the bit in Monty Python and the Holy Grail where “…spring changed into summer, summer changed back into winter, and winter gave spring and summer a miss and went straight on into autumn.”

        It looks like the foliage doesn’t belong at all.  I’m picturing a jungle with a random deciduous tree thrown in.

    • #424057
      Pamela Winter
      Participant

      Reflections of Autumn

      Beautiful roadside rest stop in New Hamshire had this pond where I took a picture of the reflection of the surrounding area and then turned it upside down.

      • #424070
        Preston
        Participant

        Interesting take on this Pam!  It looks like a painting rather than a photo.  Honestly, I would have been draw into taking the whole picture, not just the refection if I was there.  Good Eye!

        • #424312
          Pamela Winter
          Participant

          Thanks, Preston.  Actually, I took two shots of this scene; one whole one and one zoomed in to crop for this image.  🙂

      • #424084
        Holly K
        Participant

        Wow!  Interesting and colorful shot.

      • #424325
        LeanneC
        Participant

        Like a painting. I love this effect. Nice job, Pamela.

    • #424058
      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Fall on Ranger Creek
      From 2016
      Fall on Ranger Creek

      • #424059
        P71
        Participant

        Lovely picture mate , tranquil setting.

        Nice work.

      • #424071
        Dave Watkins
        Participant

        I agree with Patrick. A beautiful spot to wet a fly.

      • #424075
        Leesa
        Participant

        Beautiful spot. Camping here would be great.

      • #424422
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        Lovely image! I’m sure you had your fly tackle with you… I hope you did. Too nice a spot to pass.

    • #424072
      Dave Watkins
      Participant

      Rose hips.

      • #424421
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        Very nice Dave! I love the beaded water drops and the gentle color palette.

    • #424074
      Leesa
      Participant

      My favorite time of year.

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      • #424095
        Preston
        Participant

        I like the frosty leaf.  It really illustrates the change from autumn to winter

      • #424249
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Great set Leesa, the frosty leaf is wonderful, and there are lovely colours and textures in the maize and the leaf.

      • #424420
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        I agree; the frosty leaf is my favorite, but well done on all of them!

    • #424083
      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Autumn leaf abstract …

      leaf absract

      • #424098
        Preston
        Participant

        The way this goes from light to dark is excellent.  Superb Diane!

        • #424250
          Tersha
          Keymaster

          Thanks Preston!

      • #424104
        P71
        Participant

        Nice one , love the rich browns with the nice bokeh ..Lovely shot Tersha.

        • #424251
          Tersha
          Keymaster

          Thanks Patrick!

    • #424087
      John Teate
      Participant

      Evening sun coming through the hickory leaves.  I saw the color and had to capture.

      Evening color

      • #424105
        P71
        Participant

        Love you shot through the Triangle , nice work john.

      • #424178
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Unique perspective John, it works really well!

      • #424304
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Perfectly framed.

      • #424419
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        Great shot John! Very creative way to frame it!

    • #424093
      Preston
      Participant

      I really wish I had a subject to go with this background.

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      • #424205
        Tom M
        Participant

        Love the light play in this Preston…

        • #424214
          Preston
          Participant

          Thanks Tom.  Scout’s honor…I only had to give it a touch of contrast.  I caught the tail end of a rain shower

    • #424107
      P71
      Participant

      Promise last one, i found this little broken branch from a tree in my street and wanted to give it another lease of life 😉

      • #424316
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        I don’t mind how many you post – enjoy viewing them, Pat

      • #424418
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        Totally cool P71!

    • #424120
      DaveGillespie
      Participant

      During a walk around a local lake, I scrambled to the shore to photograph the reflections of late colour in the water, and was rewarded with foreground interest.

       

    • #424192
      Frogdaily
      Participant

      *

    • #424221
      Jay Ward
      Participant

      Fall drive, NE Maine. Topaz Effects

      • #424305
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Looks like roads in my neighborhood.

    • #424252
      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Autumn still life …

      shades of autumn

      • #424258
        P71
        Participant

        What a piece of work , terrific light and composition .. top class Tersha.

      • #424271

        Oh, very nice, @tersha.

      • #424306
        Pat Garrett
        Participant

        Stunning.

      • #424321
        Frogdaily
        Participant

        Another beautifully executed still life Image Diane! love this!

      • #424369
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Thanks so much Patrick, Rob, Pat and Frog!

      • #424417
        Bruce Gordon
        Participant

        I really like it, Tersha! Excellent composition and colors. First rate still life!

        • #424551
          Tersha
          Keymaster

          Thanks Bruce!

    • #424268
      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Your Photo was recognized in the Members Picks Week of November 4th Forum  ⬅ Click Here

    • #424307
      Pat Garrett
      Participant

      When two seasons meet on the street.

    • #424308
      Pat Garrett
      Participant

      My favorite road

      • #424324
        Frogdaily
        Participant

        Love the colors and tones in this Pat, well done!

      • #424332
        P71
        Participant

        Both shots looks great my fav is photo 1 the Red sucks me in with the help of a tint of blue in the ice , lovely work Pat.

    • #424348
      Holly K
      Participant

      • #424371
        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Really nice seen large Holly!

        • #424413
          Holly K
          Participant

          Thanks, Tersha!

    • #424396
      Marcia J
      Participant

      Happy surprise this fall. We always see a few Monarchs flitting around on their migration. This year they decided to stay for a few days.

      Colors of Fall

    • #424410
      Bruce Gordon
      Participant

      Fall was a bit of a bust here… The colors lasted about 48 hours. So, this is from last year… I’ve posted it before

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      • This reply was modified 1 week, 5 days ago by Bruce Gordon.
    • #424414
      Bruce Gordon
      Participant

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