A last splash of colour

This is a discussion on A last splash of colour within the Landscape & Flower Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; in our garden,late yesterday afternoon. Autumn chrysanthemums Honeysuckle and my favourites,our Acer against a pile of the leaves from next door's cherry.(I knew it would ...


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    in our garden,late yesterday afternoon.

    Autumn chrysanthemums


    Honeysuckle


    and my favourites,our Acer against a pile of the leaves from next door's cherry.(I knew it would come in handy one day )
    These are virtually straight from the camera-only sharpened for the web.




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    Those are some incredible colors.
    Sigh...my area is brown now. Sepia would be a good description!
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    Awww,Val,sepia is not a good look On a really grey morning like today they really do pop.I still have some calendula out as well for an even brighter orange.
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    Nice colors and focus. I really like the first shot.

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    nice colors in #3 and #4!
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    What a beautiful tree. Looks like what I'd call a Japanese Maple?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiiral View Post
    Nice colors and focus. I really like the first shot.
    Thank you Spiiral


    Quote Originally Posted by Chad View Post
    nice colors in #3 and #4!
    Spectacular aren't they

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    What a beautiful tree. Looks like what I'd call a Japanese Maple?
    Spot on Dane,an Acer Palmatum/Japanese maple. I've never seen such vibrant colours on it until this year.
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    Lovely series - the last one is fantastic. Well photographed too. Boxplayer


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