Natural landscapes: encounter with colour
AUTUMN COLOURS, DEEP RIVER, ONTARIO
I was walking along a pathway at the marina in this charming little town when I spotted the grouping of leaves. Viewing it through a telephoto lens, I really liked the out-of-focus splash of colour on the bottom left; it seemed to serve as a soft counterpoint to the tack-sharp leaves. So I went with it. 🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, 70-300 mm. lens, enhancing filter.
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Fabulous colours. Over here in the UK, Autumn seems to be early. The consequence of a hot Spring and a wet summer I think.