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    Posted: 30 November 2009 at 01:18
Itís been a long time since my last post here in Open Views, but I just have too much work and problems these days Of course I have to do something besides working or Iíd go nuts so Iím taking my camera for some short walks from time to time. These photos were taken during few days when trees had wonderful colors. Shortly after I took them we had nothing but clouds and rain for over two weeks.

C&C welcome, and its soo good to be back even without knowing when I'll be able to post more photos





 



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Very good series!
I also like how you put the images in a series that allow us to see the gradual change in color.
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#1 is fantastic (thanks to the jagged edge of the leaf) although I think a bit different composition (square?) could work better.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Swede66 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 November 2009 at 08:54
All three are really good, #1 is my favorite but very good serie
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I like them all, wonderful colors
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I was thinking about square composition MiPr, but gave it up. Its probably my personal feeling but it had too little OOF leaves shown.

I'm happy that you enjoyed colors on these photographs. Thats what I wanted to show

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Hi Hawk,

Sorry to hear about the problems but I hope the posting of these lovely images has gone some way to helping.

They are a very pleasant series and, as mentioned, they also constitute a 'theme' of the gradual decay of the Fall colours.

I have to say I love #1; the richness in the reds is fantastic and I actually like the portrait composition; there is a great lead-in with the OOF leaves in the background up to the crisp leaf at the top of the image. The jagged edge makes the eye really focus on the leaf and it's a strong subject in the frame.

Of the other two, I think the last one is a stronger image; the colours may be more subdued but the angle of the leaf veins make it a more dynamic image for me. Could it have been made even stronge by placing the heavier part of the vein in the bottom lh corner? I like the overall sharpness of the fine veins in the leaf and I think it's a really clean image well captured.

Hope you get a chance to get out more and share some further images with us in the near future.

Kind regards, Neil.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Hawk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 December 2009 at 02:44
Thanks Neil for your comment. Indeed posting these images have cheered me up.

I also find that taking photos is the best way to relax and forget about all problems I just wish I had more time for photo trips...
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