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Autumn - Japanese Maple Tree in a Park - 5 pictures

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This park, as mentioned before, is on my way to my office. These days I take my little X1 with me very often, for every days provides a different quality of light. Tghere is a pond and a wonderfule delcate littel Japanese Maple Tree with a wonderful red dress.

 

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no 4

 

there was a thrush singing a morning tune and I could enjoy a morning meditation beore going to work. Why do we have to comply to this modern sort of slavery then at all ?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Iduna,

 

This is probably the best time of year for lots of great landscape photography, especially you are in a place that experiences the season. It looks like you are taking full advantage and this is a lovely set. 

I particularly love #3, the composition creates a sensation of space that's quite pleasing.

 

Ece

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Ece,

 

thank you very much for your nice comment and your time for this little walk through our autumn landscapes.

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How fortunate you are to have such a beautiful route to work, Iduna!

 

I was out yesterday taking photos of similar trees in a local arboretum. I haven’t processed them yet but, if they turn out half as well as yours, I shall be well pleased.

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Thank you all guys for stopping by and your nice comments:

 

Euston,

I am sure they will come out nicely and please post them so that we can have a share.

 

Jaap,

yes, it is very attractive and a pure goldrush this year.

 

Stuart,

we can enjoy so much if we keep our eyes open. Thanks a lot.

 

Dave,

nice to have your encouragement. Thank you.

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