Beautiful color and contrast.
Many thanks, Rebecca. I was very surprised to see a tree covered with leaves. They were all dry after the season but still on the tree.
I remember being told once that there are trees that will retain their leaves over winter to give a place of shelter for birds and other small animals. The fact that the leaves you found were still such a brilliant yellow is wonderful.
It was completely unexpected to find such a beautiful autumn tree in mid-January. Thank you for the your clarification.
Wow! So beautiful composition. The leaves with that lively ocher tone, crossed the black fence wth the background of bricks of the bulding, in the background the stairs can be seen. Wonderful Vova Zinger. Thanks for share.
Thanks a lot, Elvira. I was attracted to this scene because the leaves disappeared almost everywhere, and on this tree there were many of them and they were of a very beautiful color.
You are welcome Vova Zinger, Great choice! Good work!
You are welcome.
Good morning =) oh I love this one very much. Again looking for the fairy who made the leaves stick and I think I found her in the bottom left corner, kinda tricky to spot. You need to look really close. Thank you so much for sharing, have a pawesome day, stay healthy, happy and safe.
Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts inspired by this photo. It is very interesting. This photo looks nice to me, but I didn’t know it had so many hidden parts. Thanks again and I wish you the same.
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Thank you very much. It was very nice to see such bright autumn foliage in the middle of winter.
You are always welcome ❤️
This is so beautiful, awesome work.
Thank you very much.
This is beautiful 🥰
Melts my heart.
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The bright autumn-yellow leaves stand out against the dark fence. Beautiful photo!
Thank you very much. Autumn leaves in the middle of winter. I’m starting to believe that anything can happen.
Wow so beautiful 😍
Wow!!! This golden bride nature seems to be fascinating….
Nice click..love it
Thank you very much. It is very nice when the photo I took made a good impression.
The happiness that we get from our act is just beyond words…I can understand !
Because I too had passed through this!
Yellow colour is a great colour also flower!
Thank you very much. I absolutely agree with you. Can you imagine a green shining sun? And these amazing yellow flowers are hard to count.
A beautiful post thank you so much
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My Featured Blogger this week is Ukrainian-born photographer Vova Zinger. Vova is a self-described “urban guy” who currently lives in Boston. He “loves all cities” but also enjoys travelling extensively, and you’ll find nature photos among his striking urban images, as well. Explore his site and see for yourself!
I love your yellow leaves photo! (And I recognize that bridge in your header photo. I’m an hour and a half north of Boston.)
Thank you very much. This is a very beautiful and well designed Zakim bridge. This is our landmark.
You’re welcome. I’ve driven across it many times.
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You have some stunningly beautiful photography and an obvious love for your subjects. It’s a sheer delight to see such beauty in the city through your eyes. The yellow leaves in this image just pop against the darker background, almost glowing. Gorgeous. Well done, sir! 🙂
Many thanks. I went through the stage where I photographed everything I saw. But today I came to the conclusion that time is very precious and I don’t want to waste my or anyone else’s time on boring photos. Therefore, I decided to share photos that I think might be interesting, make you want to see with your own eyes or learn something new.
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Thanks a lot.
of past times together
inflame the present
Many thanks for your poetic addition to this photo. Thank you.
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