Tag Archives: Fall

Collages

My Leaf Project continues to morph as new ideas occur to me, and today it is about collages. the two previous posts have featured image that are the result of combining several images together to create a ‘panel’ Image. Click … Continue reading

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Leaf Litter

My first Leaf Panel is not quite along the lines of the planned project for Leaf Panels, but this was an easy panel to assemble to see how images would look in a grid. I’m reasonably happy with the result, … Continue reading

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Autumn Colours

Earlier this week we made a brief visit to Polesden Lacey, a National Trust property not far from Guildford. This image was taken from the Terrace looking across to an expanse of woodland. What an unexpected treat for the eyes … Continue reading

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Walking the Watercourse

Water levels in our local stream, along which I walk on a daily basis, have been low for several weeks after a prolonged spell of dry weather. Yesterday I put on knee-length Wellington boots and waded into the stream, camera … Continue reading

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Vivid

This Autumn has produced some of the most vivid colours for several years thanks to what the forecasters tell us has been a perfect combination of weather conditions. Sunshine and rain through spring and summer kept the trees watered and … Continue reading

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Long Shadows

As the days grow shorter and the sun’s path across the sky becomes lower, the shadows grow longer. We were out on a shortish walk in one of our well-visitied locations and I looked through  a small copse of trees … Continue reading

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Fallen Leaves

We’ve reached the stage of Autumn when the leaves on the ground greatly exceed those left on the trees. They drop one by one randomly, they are blown by the wind, they drift onto the territory of neighbouring trees and … Continue reading

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