“Last Leaf”


Shot a few falls ago, this leaf was lying in a stream bank with the water barely flowing over the surface, the colors were very saturated and it was the last leaf with any color I could find. The open shade and near evening conditions left a blue cast on the subject which I thought gave it a cool touch as well. Thanks for taking a look.

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16 thoughts on ““Last Leaf”

  1. montucky

    Bernie, you certainly are a master of color! That’s a fabulous combination of colors!

    By the way, I just tagged you for a game that’s going around if you’re interested in that sort of thing. Check my post on Eight Random Facts.

    Terry

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  2. paintingartist

    I love the dramatic tones. The colors are so vibrant. I like the way the water looks right around the main leaf. The contrasts of the reds and yellows and the warm and cool colors is great. Great composition and craft.

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  3. ankush

    Very nice photo, the slight amount of water over the leaf gives it a very cool looking ‘laminated’ type of feel. The blue cast complements very well the red and yellow of the leaf.

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  4. Jim Park (aka RIDEMYST)

    I really like this picture, however, you have several I like. Living in Florida you really miss the seasons. -JEP-

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  5. Bernie Kasper Post author

    Thanks for stopping by Jim, I pulled my image from flickr till I get back home from this trip, I will be posting them again on the Madison group, It takes a lot of time to keep up with all this, but I do plan on using my account and posting, I will talk to you later.

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