14 thoughts on “Autumn

  1. Your first picture of the leaves resembles the 3D movie at our Butterfly Atrium. You could call that shot: “plant butterflies”. Go back and pretend that the leaves are insects and see what you think. I visited our atrium again yesterday when a long missed friend came to see me from California and I was able to see the 3D effect for the first time with my new driving glasses with the prisms. I don’t know how you obtain that 3D effect with only one camera?

    1. Thank you Edith. I kept driving by that lake on my way home, but with the time change I found myself loosing the light. So I just had to make a special trip to take that picture.

  2. I certainly know what you mean about being busy, Phillip.
    So glad you had an opportunity to create this wonderful series of shots. They are beautiful.

    I agree with Edith, that lake shot is really outstanding. Nice work, man. 😉

    1. I appreciate it Andrew. However, it’s that cold, dark, and dreary season that they call winter. That should tell you a lot of how I feel about it. It’s also the season that I never can find enough pictures to use for our calendars. So I must find time to get out and fight the wind, dark rainy days, and the 36 degrees temperatures, and take some more pictures. Maybe tomorrow, I just hate being cold. 🙂

  3. Such amazing colours. It’s almost unbelievable to think about autumn now when winter is still around (at least somewhat, but not much, where I am). You captured the spirit of fall so nicely in all these images.

    1. Thank you Otto. I appreciate it. Thankful winter is all but gone here. However, there are days like today when it wants to remind you that it not over. Still the trees are all in bloom, and we are have a few very nice days too. If I can only find time to get out and enjoy it.

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