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mlseawell 6 1 United States
6 Sep 2013 7:22AM
Oh, this screams "Hints of Autumn". Nice capture!

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Very good use of square format, works well. Si.
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 72 14 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2013 8:01AM
I like this Alan, a atumnal scene with subtle coloursSmile


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

Rod
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 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 6.4k 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.
6 Sep 2013 2:20PM
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
Potra 3 Venezuela
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
5 86 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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