leaves – 223 12 Replies 3261 Small and large leaves float on the water at Mill Creek near the lake. 3266 3265 3263 You can see one more here! Advertisement Related
I can’t see more there, but I assume I soon will . . . and that’s a lot of leaves.
. . . also, did you mist them, or is that from rain?
I do like the arrangement, and since you admit to occasionally setting up shots, I have to wonder if this was all hand-arranged. If so . . . impressive!
Regardless, nice shots.
Thanks, E. The leaves are floating on the edge of Mill Creek near my house. Thousands of leaves on top of two feet of water, too much for my GoreTex boots. There was no arrangements or manipulation of any kind. I did get some stares from folks wondering what I was photographing. It made me wonder if anyone would appreciate these photos.
Ah . . . hence the uniformity and flatness. Neat.
I really like these kind of images you make – pattern that fills the whole frame. It’s not as easy as people may think and you do it very well.
Thanks, Ash. These photos were no brainers. I liked the look as soon as I saw the leaves floating in the water.
I bet you still chose between a number of them, though. Yes?
Yeah, nature is the real master at design and patterns. Nice catch on these floating leaves. There’s something very appealing about them.
Thanks, Earl. Floating on the water all the leaves are on the same plane. I don’t often see them like that so I couldn’t resist the photo. I may go back this week to see what they look like now.
Very nice indeed! Water is very good at arranging things in nice patterns and sculpting textures for our enjoyment. The people that looked askance would probably have richer lives if they opened their eyes a bit wider.
Thanks, ehpem. Maybe that is the one thing photography has taught me, to appreciate the small things we see everyday.
I like the abstract patterns that these leaves are forming – the small leaves almost resembling large seeds
They do, Andy. I’m not sure what kind of tree they are from as there are many different types at this end of the park.