Monthly Archives: November 2012

Yellow Leaves

Usually my landscape photography takes place in the countryside, or at a formal garden.  This picture, however, was taken in the park behind our house – a walk of less than 100m.  My wife, daughter and I were returning from … Continue reading

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Red Leaves and Frost

This is a close-up image of the same tree I featured last week.  The red leaves were nicely covered with morning frost which lightens their colour and adds more interest and texture to the picture.  The beauty of this macro … Continue reading

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Red Tree and Frost

Following last week’s post, this is another image from an autumnal outing to Winkworth Arboretum in Surrey.  It’s a rather different subject with quite a different feel which encapsulates the beauty of this colourful time of year.  Looking closely one can see many … Continue reading

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The View Outside

This picture was taken one cold November morning.  The sun had just risen and was starting to burn the mist off the lake.  I stood inside the boathouse looking out.  The wood of the doors and handrail were dark compared … Continue reading

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Table-top

This image was taken during a walk at Nymans, a National Trust house and garden near Haywards Heath in West Sussex.  I began the visit by taking pictures of the garden but as the wind rose and the flowers began … Continue reading

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