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Oh, this screams "Hints of Autumn". Nice capture!

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Very good use of square format, works well. Si.
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 117 14 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2013 8:01AM
I like this Alan, a atumnal scene with subtle coloursSmile


Cliff
widtink Plus
4 406 2 Scotland
6 Sep 2013 9:11AM
Very under-stated Alan , lovely Smile

Rod
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.7k 148 England
6 Sep 2013 9:38AM
Like the texture, Alan, almost has 'foil' effect (not sure you'll like that analogy though Wink).

Dave

(white border added, cheers Grin)
charlotte 12 34 2 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2013 10:05AM
The chaos of the forest....not easy to capture the beauty or isolate a decent composition, but you have done both here Alan. I like this very much. The square crop is perfect, but I agree with Dave....it's crying out for a generous white border Wink

Charlotte
6 Sep 2013 10:09AM

Quote:, but I agree with Dave....it's crying out for a generous white border


Hi Charlotte. Thanks, I might think about the wider border. ( Dave's actually referring to a border I suggested for one of his image variants, uploaded today Smile )
charlotte 12 34 2 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2013 10:13AM

Quote:, but I agree with Dave....it's crying out for a generous white border

Hi Charlotte. Thanks, I might think about the wider border. ( Dave's actually referring to a border I suggested for one of his image variants, uploaded today Smile )



Just seen he's upload...my mistake Blush I stand by my request though! Tongue
SlowSong Plus
8 6.6k 29 England
6 Sep 2013 11:10AM
Those leaves look as if they've been dusted by silver. Superb. The reason I like the wider border is that the image is slightly larger/nearer in V2.
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charlotte 12 34 2 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2013 11:19AM
I was thinking more of a good couple of inches thick.....this one, for me, is neither here nor there so I can see why you are struggling with it....go on Alan, give it some welly! Wink

Charlotte
6 Sep 2013 12:33PM

Quote:...go on Alan, give it some welly! Wink


Certainly not. The very idea. I bet you put salt and vinegar on your takeaway curry too.
Dabbled and Impressionistic with gorgeous muted colours. Love the variety in the leaves, the larger foreground with the smaller distant ones acting as a backdrop and then the simpler brown foreground leaves. A lot going on, held together with the strong framework of the branches providing a good structure.
Linda
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2013 5:24PM
Lovely muted Autumn colours and the sturdy spreading branches of the ?Beech tree, great image. To me the wider white border detracts and draws myattention away from the image, I prefer the narrow one.

Nigel
6 Sep 2013 5:29PM

Quote: To me the wider white border detracts and draws myattention away from the image, I prefer the narrow one.

Nigel



That was pretty much my thinking Nigel Smile, though I think the slightly wider border is OK too. Cheers mate.

By the way, your butterfly search was spot-on... that was definitely it! Smile
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2013 5:43PM
Pleased to get that species right, I just realised that had I looked at your title, I would have known what species this tree was GrinGrinBlush, it is Friday afternoon!
NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2013 6:11PM
I love the bleached colour....

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
7 Sep 2013 12:33AM
Lovely pastel colors Alan. (And the thin border)
M
A different image from the usual deep rich autumnal colours. Like the broad white border Wink
marktc Plus
6 96 14 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2013 11:34AM

Quote:The chaos of the forest....not easy to capture the beauty or isolate a decent composition, but you have done both here Alan. I like this very much.
Charlotte



Agree with Dave and Charlotte, if you have the software try a solarisation filter, I think you mat be pleased with the result! Great work Alan

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