turn of seasons

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  1. photobug

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    Went out last evening to shoot a jet contrail and just never could quite get it framed the way I wanted, so on the way back into the house I stopped and grabbed a couple quick shots off the maple tree.

    Closest thing to a fall foliage extravaganza that happens in my yard.

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    The second shot is actually the out-of-focus leaf in the middle background of the first shot.
     
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    Those are nice jim. I dont think I have seen a maple leaf photographed upside down before. I do like how the yellow stands out from the rest of the folage.
     
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    Hehe, I guess I have a lazy maple tree. ;)

    And at this point it does stand out, they're just starting to turn. Won't be long before they all go.
     
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    As a Canadian should I be insulted with an upside down maple leaf, is that something like an upside down cross :scratch:

    Just kidding :) Good picture, like your dof really makes the colored leaf stand out.
     
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    I like how emotional the second photo is. It makes the tree look worn out and tired, ready for the long winter sleep.
     
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    Maybe it is a distress from a trapped America inside your borders. We could re-enact Candian Bacon to make sure though.
     

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