Autumn colours and textures

Today started bright and sunny, blue sky and glowing colours. I went for a walk, which had the result of making me feel much better, plus I got some autumn photographs. I was struck by the colours and textures when I looked around, and especially at my feet where I was walking. Everything from berries, fallen leaves, moss, mushrooms, chestnuts…Here are a few…






  1. I feel a painting moment coming on Sue – love the detail in the photos.

  2. What excellent DoF you have on the hips. Makes them pop out.

    • Thanks- great what you can do with longer focal length on a wide aperture…slight bit of adjustment with contrast post processing as well.

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