Lost in Details

Lacking impetus, energy and imagination at present because of the heat, I nevertheless wanted to create a post for Paula’s Thursday’s Special which is Lost in Details.

I had an idea of what I would create, but it was too much effort!

So I found an old image, and consider that this could address Lost in Details…because what exactly is the subject here? Probably the red leaves….but we have plenty of details, and could focus on front or back depending on what takes our interest….or am I completely missing the point?

Linked to Thursday’s Special at Paula’s here



  1. I can’t get the overall idea of the theme really, but it’s an interesting shot nonetheless.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Excellent choice, and several interpretations.

  3. I see secret writing in this pic. Copywrite Susan Judd 2013

  4. This will do beautifully. I’m sorry the heat’s knocking you about.

  5. Lots of detail in this one Sue

  6. I see lots of details in this shot and one could get lost looking at all of them. There’s the tree trunk with all those spots, the foliage in the background, the red leaves, and so on. The only thing bothering me a bit are those green leaves in the foreground. But that’s another story. 😉

  7. No, I don’t think you’re missing the point, Sue. Paula is very open to interpretation. And i keep telling you… it’s much cooler up here. 🙂 🙂

  8. Getting lost in the details sometimes does feel likee missing the point. As for excessivve hheat, as an Aussie I would say driinnk heaps. Keep the blinds drawn during the day to stop rooms heating. If you need to go out do it early. Don’t do any thing very strenuous. Read books, watch tv, catch up with low key friends. If you don’t have air con use pedestal fans. Watermelon and strawberries are good cooling foods. Wwhenn it cools down inn the evening open up the house to cool it down

  9. How can you even think that! I love the contrast between the bright foreground and muted background, and this absolutely answers the prompt (in my opinion) – so many details to grab our attention here. Excellent, Sue!

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