Monthly Archives: November 2011

You’re How Old?

It’s said that you can tell how old a tree is by counting the rings in a cross-section of its trunk.  However, that’s only useful once the tree has been felled!  Many pictures benefit from the subject being placed on … Continue reading

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Red Leaf and Frost

In this side view of the leaf you see a variety of colours as autumn advances.  The leaf and twig are nicely covered with early morning frost.  The frost is just beginning to melt as the morning develops.  Click on … Continue reading

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Frost and Mist

There’s something about frost and mist that appeals to a landscape photographer.  This image was taken at Winkworth Arboretum one cold autumn morning.  The frost is clearly visible on the long grass and the mist was still lingering over the … Continue reading

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First Colours of Autumn

This hillside at Winkworth Arboretum, in Surrey, was planted to give spectacular Autumn colour.  The reds, ochres, yellows and greens combine to produce a pleasing palette.  On this November morning the sun was just reaching the lake and lighting the trees, … Continue reading

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