Wordless Wednesday: Season Encapsulated

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  1. Love this, Sue. Great reflection shot, and superb colours in the dead leaves. First-rate.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Suzanne

    A beautiful photo Sue. I found it captivating.

  3. Sue, I like the just-out-of-focus leaves and the somewhat odd feeling I get when I realize that the background is a reflection and have to adjust what I think I’m seeing. Hope that makes sense, but I really like the photo. It’s very peaceful as well as seasonal.

    janet

  4. poppytump

    Love the contrast Sue .Warmth in darkness .

  5. Nicely captured. I love to see what is reflected in a rain puddle – or is this a pond?

  6. Allan G. Smorra

    Good job, Sue. I like the combination of color and black/grey. I see Fall turning into Winter—October into November.
    Ω

  7. This one seems to encapsulate most of the elements.

  8. I really like how the water and reflection is almost monochromatic and the leaves are in bright, full color.

  9. I love the use of the reflection as a strong element in your image and the use of the fallen foliage as a gentle node to autumn.

  10. Very much so Sue, very nicely done!

  11. We are always hovering over the land of dreams, sometimes they are in black and white, others colours blind the eyes.

  12. So mundane. So beautiful 🙂

  13. So lovely, Sue! Hidden depths to this one 🙂

  14. A lovely visual taspestry. Quite unique

  15. What a lovely shot Sue – and it definitely says so much without words!

  16. Sonel

    Excellent capture Sue! I love all the colours and the reflection in the water. Autumn is such a great season. 😀

  17. Not well, Sue? You haven’t been around for a day or two. Sending hugs 🙂

  18. Captivating as I find it hard to tell where reality and reflection change.

  19. Love this one – colour, colourless reflections, autumn.

  20. Very cool! It’s worth a frame, Sue.

  21. So beautiful and artistic. Fascinated me. Thank you, love, nia

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