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Leaf on Snow
Scudding along with the wind
here and there.....
on the snow.
simply beautiful jenn nice one
So lonely but lovely........Sandy
Trust you Jennn to turn a piece of nothing into magic!
This is such a special photo - simple and uncluttered and lovely !
Simply lovely Jenn.
So gentle and effectful
JimV has said it so precisely, Jenn, and I agree with this comment in toto.
So simple. So effective.
Simplicity at it's best
So light, so fleeting. This reminds me of St Paulinus's description of the soul as a sparrow flying into the great hall for a moment and then fluttering out.
A lovely and simple image Jenn
Looks like the tale of the Lone Leaf Jennn. Clever image. Well spotted.
The answer is blowing in the wind....
simple and thought-provoking, Jenn.
Simply beautiful Jennnn..........from the ripples in the snow to the textures in both the snow and the leaf...........gorgeousxxx
Such a simple composition but beautifully captured.
The leaf looks like it's ready to take off again.
Well spotted and a simple delight.
Simple but oh so effective.
Nature is a fine artist. Glad you were there to record this simple and effective little drama.
Simple and effective!
Simplicity at its best and most artistic!
Wonderfully simple and elegant.
A rather emotive image in many ways...
So,ple but effective - solitary springs to mind
We had snow today Jenn - a bit of, but alot of
Beautiful for its simplicity.
Superb work Jenn - simple and beautiful
A very simple yet highly effective image of winter, natures beauty perfectly captured on camera
Photographic simplicity at its best.
Simple but effective Jenn. regards leon.
simple like that, but amazingly beautiful.
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