My personal footsteps of photography and quick notes...
Tena koe ehoaThese virginal colours of autumn look beautiful. The touch of summer's burden lies at the tips of these leaves like a distance infection of baking heat. The transiition of colurs in a full frame is great Ben. Good depth of focus as well.
I really love to come here and see the opposite season from ours. It's strange too. I like the little patches of blue behind these beautiful red leaves. I never tire of seeing leaves in any season, but especially love them in autumn.
very pretty photo, the color of the leaves of the tree is intense… http://mifotosegundaparte.blogspot.com/
Cheers Ndiginiz. I always like your expression/interpretation of image. Thanks Ruth, we have lot's of colour change on going!Welcome Sombras, and thank you for your comment.
I think I know this kind of tree. Lots of them grow in the wild on the Eastern Coast. I think here they exist only in gardens. Fall colours also miss the brilliancy of the colours you seem to enjoy too (have you ever seen the Merchant-Ivory film "The Europeans", was filmed in New England during autumn, breathtakingly beautiful scenery).
Thank you, Merisi.I haven't seen the film you mentioned, but I'll look up when I had a chance.
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