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"An Autumnal Study"

By RonnieAG
I rather liked the way these beech leaves were growing through this wooden fence. I feel that selecting a more intimate detail like this can be as effective as the bigger landscape type presentation........do you go along with this?

My thanks to those who commented on Sunday in the Park.

Ronnie.

(PS.....12.27........square crop version as suggested by Dave {WhiteRose1} loaded.......R)

Tags: General Fence Autumnal colours Beech leaves


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Comments


taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
13 Nov 2012 12:12AM
I rather like this as well, love the color and shape of the beech leaves! The fence sets them off nicely!

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gary_d Plus
8 576 13 Wales
13 Nov 2012 12:15AM
The fence adds a nice natural frame to the colourful leaves. - gary
mikbee 8 3 8 Scotland
13 Nov 2012 12:16AM
Gorgeous colours Ronnie.
Well lit too.
Super shot.
Mick.
achieverswales 5 8 101 Wales
13 Nov 2012 12:17AM
Captured the Autumn perfect here Ronnie.

Regards

Trev.
13 Nov 2012 12:18AM
Beautiful capture Ronnie,
Fred.
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 12:22AM
Really belting comp here ronnie love the colours and tones a cracker nice one Wink
Andy
rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
13 Nov 2012 12:23AM
Strong colurs Ronnie, hope for some light here tomorrow so I can record them too !!
Ron
13 Nov 2012 3:03AM
Great capture ,Nice autumn feel colours A1--------Gary(milky)
13 Nov 2012 4:12AM
Beautiful image great colour and detail well captured Ronnie.
Allen, Smile
Lillian Plus
6 21 16 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 4:15AM
Wonderfully selected Ronnie
has been so beautifully captured and the colours
another wow from your Autumn collection
Lillian
Hermanus 3 4 South Africa
13 Nov 2012 5:05AM
Excellent and beautiful !! I totally agree with you Ronnie - some of the best photos are from carefully selected parts of a whole. Sometimes we just need to place a focus on something small to awaken other people's awareness of the beauty in the detail Smile I just love the interaction of the colour of the leaves with the wood. Superb photo Smile
CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
13 Nov 2012 6:45AM
Wonderful colours, Carole, and growing in such a complementary way for the camera, well spotted and captured. Carol
exposure Plus
11 3.2k England
13 Nov 2012 6:52AM
Yes ....this image is a lovely study of Autuminal detail & colour Ronnie.
Pauline.
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 6:52AM
Super image Ronnie, wonderful colours and great light

Hugh
SUE118 Plus
7 8 1 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 7:47AM
I certainly agree Ronnie and the colours are super.
fentiger Plus
14 916 23 England
13 Nov 2012 7:56AM
...and a beautiful colourful study it is.

Albert
CaroleS Plus
5 369 3 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 8:22AM
I have just been reading about this Ronnie and your image certainly proves the point. Nice interesting detail and colours and full of contrast.
Carole
EAS 6 1 13 Scotland
13 Nov 2012 9:45AM
Yes, couldn't agree more. You get the lovely details of those golden leaves.

Ann
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.5k 148 England
13 Nov 2012 9:48AM
I agree with you, Ronnie. The fence gives a structure to the hedging as well. Just wondering whether a square crop could be engineered from your composition for a slightly better overall balance.

Dave
MacroMeister 3 62 4 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 9:56AM
It seems to me to lack an immediate focus point that grabs my attention. It's not a landscape shot, in the normal sense of the word, so the concept of just having a 'general view of the whole thing' doesn't really apply, or work. I'd like to see something in there that says 'look at me first then look at the rest'. I wanted to do a mod but you have not allowed it. I was going to rotate the shot 180 deg vertical to see if you would notice the difference.
13 Nov 2012 10:06AM
The russet colours of Autumn, really vibrant! The fence is an excellent foil for the mass of colour.
Maggie Tear
13 Nov 2012 10:13AM
a rich array of autumnal colours Ronnie the and yes i agree that a selective shot can be better and it intoduces better texture love the light in this one also Daves point of a square crop would work as well

Another dreich morning over here on the light side and th postamna brought me yet another Jury duty summons this morning they must be desperate mefinks

GrahamGrinGrinGrin
geffers7 Plus
5 42 1 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 10:31AM
Agree with you Ronnie - the wooden fence gives some structure but the colour and shape of the leaves are what the image is about.
Geoff
13 Nov 2012 10:48AM
A beautifully rustling rustic corner full of the colours of Autumn. Yes I do heartily agree, that closer views are often better than the wide view of life.

Dougie
Irishkate Plus
5 33 92 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 11:11AM
I must admit I like this Ronnie.
The close up helps on focus on individual leaves
and all those nuances of colour. The fencing acts as an anchor.
KateGrinGrinGrin
Glyn1 6 4 1 England
13 Nov 2012 12:39PM
Works well Ronnie, love the autumnal colours in this Wink

Glyn
I sure do Ronnie ,selecting a more intimate detail like this works just as well, I do like v2 best of all good colours lovely details it's a autumnal capture very well presented

John
Porthos 5 1 Northern Ireland
13 Nov 2012 2:14PM
Take your point Ronnie. Good use made of the glowing Autumn colours...Derek
rayme330 Plus
4 17 1 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 2:21PM
Lovely autumn colours, Ronnie.

Ray
13 Nov 2012 3:14PM
A very beautiful and colourful capture, Ronnie Smile Think the tighter crop of V2 just wins it for me Wink
Trev Smile
carper123 Plus
4 745 8 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 4:24PM
Beautiful autumn colours and good composition again, Ronnie.
Nice one.
Darryl. SmileSmileSmile
AnnChown Plus
6 197 1 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 4:54PM
Beautiful colours Ronnie!
Ann
moiral 5 12 Scotland
13 Nov 2012 5:34PM
Think I prefer the square crop Ronnie. Good autumn colours. Moira
13 Nov 2012 5:37PM
Lovely comp' Ronnie and a very nice crop in V2. I like them both.

John Smile
13 Nov 2012 5:44PM
I prefer V1 Ronnie, love the colours and light Smile
pamelajean Plus
10 949 1785 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 6:41PM
I think it works fine, Ronnie, and find V2 even more appealing.
pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 6:55PM
An abundance of colour framed by the fence
13 Nov 2012 6:59PM
Yes Ronnie, lot of impact with the colour and detail of this frame filler.

David
xwang Plus
6 32 7
13 Nov 2012 7:35PM
Yes, i do Ronnie. That's perhaps I prefer V2, but they both are beautifully captured with wonderful colour and light.
NeilWigan Plus
5 11 15 England
13 Nov 2012 8:33PM
Right up to an individual leaf Ronnie ,all have there placeV1 for me for the light.
13 Nov 2012 10:35PM
Lovely rich colours Ronnie..Lin
Tibetan 3 3 England
13 Nov 2012 10:41PM
Nice colours well done like both, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
annettep38 Plus
4 217 36 Costa Rica
13 Nov 2012 10:59PM
Like a wave braking through the ocean's defences .!
The golden tones in as many shads as the sun rays makes this a autumn promise
Billyray 8 70 3 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2012 3:17PM
I do prefer the square crop Ronnie. The autumn colours are terrific and I really like the fencing coming through the leaves.
Ray
Niknut Plus
5 1.1k 68 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2012 5:33PM
Lovely shot !!!....nice contrast between the plain timber & rich colours in the leaves !!!

Perhaps a touch more contrast might add even more 'zing' ?????
Glostopcat Plus
9 255 2 England
14 Nov 2012 10:38PM
Glorious colours in this one Ronnie, beech hedges provide such rich seasonal colours

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