February Leaves

Walking through a forest in February is ordinarily a study in black and white values.  The gray is consuming.  The eye  yearns for  relief.

Fortunately, these puddles beckoned me over to admire them.  I have not enhanced their colors.  They are what they were when they called.

Published by elenacaravela

My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention.

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    1. Oh, thank you Jane! I’m a little under the weather at the moment, so it might take a little while to post, but I so appreciate your nomination:) And, congrats to you too!

  1. I like the way you experiments with structures and patterns. It’s fun to see what you direct your camera towards. My favourite this time is the second picture. What makes it for me is the way the leaves seem to float over the river – and the fact that their forms are repeated by the leaves on the bottom of the stream (or is it a lake?).

    1. I quite agree that the middle image is more interesting than the others. And like you, I was attracted by the floating effect and the echoed forms. This was from a small stream. Thanks so much for visiting Otto, and thank you for your thoughtful comments.

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