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Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: James Morrissey] #31827
10/16/10 02:30 PM
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Here in Florida, the change in seasons tends to be a bit more subtle than in the rest of the country and while Fall Foliage is thought of as a burst of color before a time where Mother Nature takes a rest, in Florida, it is a time of renewal, rebirth and regeneration. Mother Nature may vacation here but she never rests . So, while I was walking the Nature Trail yesterday on a magnificent low-80's Fall day, I tried to capture the essence of Fall in Florida. Having spend most of my life in New England, I can appreciate all that color. But I can also appreciate the differences we find here.

We have a wide variety of Fall flowers.



Including tiny ones hiding in a field of Goldenrod.





Scenes of renewal with flowers draped across the charred trunks of pine trees burned from the last lightning strike.



And being visited by moths to carry their seeds throughout the wetland.



White seedpods in the midst of a sea of gold and green.



And a spider's lair in the middle of the swamp.



We have our change of season here. But it whispers it's changes instead of shouting. You have to look closely but what you find is worth the effort.

Jim


Jim Garvie
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Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: Marie Mitchell Photography] #31828
10/16/10 02:44 PM
10/16/10 02:44 PM
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A few from near where we live. It's been a beautiful fall.





Nolad Mechadesh
Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: jadlh] #31829
10/16/10 06:52 PM
10/16/10 06:52 PM
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Lovely photos Jim, I really like that soft pastel yellow in #3.

jadlh,

Lovely reflections! I love the tree in #3, I just wish there was more of the trunk visible.


Penny J. Wills
[color:"#08c3c5"]www.pennyjwillsphotography.com[/color]
Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: jadlh] #31830
10/17/10 06:14 AM
10/17/10 06:14 AM
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Quote:

I'm still not sure why you are still shooting with Velvia.




I did answer to you for this question in a private message, because I'm sure, if I post it here, it would be generate an argument. (again)

Here I post just one part of my answer:

- Because I can!


I shoot on Fuji Velvia and Astia, with Nikon F6 and Pentax Z1p with Sigma zoom lenses.
Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: James Morrissey] #31831
10/17/10 06:15 AM
10/17/10 06:15 AM
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Thank you James and Penny!


I shoot on Fuji Velvia and Astia, with Nikon F6 and Pentax Z1p with Sigma zoom lenses.
Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: Attila Kegyes] #31832
10/19/10 08:47 AM
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A few more picture about Fall colors, about the season.













All the photos are original and full frame (no croping, no stiching), and no digital enhancement on them.


I shoot on Fuji Velvia and Astia, with Nikon F6 and Pentax Z1p with Sigma zoom lenses.
Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: James Morrissey] #31833
10/27/10 04:40 AM
10/27/10 04:40 AM
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Hey James... here's a couple more from the Tetons in September. Where did you shoot the image you posted??? I'm hoping it wasn't in the northern part of the park.....

www.naturezonephotography.com







Thanks for looking.


Karl Krieger
Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: naturezone] #31834
10/27/10 11:23 AM
10/27/10 11:23 AM
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Manhattan, New York, New York
James Morrissey Online content OP
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Hey Karl,

No. I did not make it North of Canyon this trip. We stayed in Jackson the entire week and mostly stayed in the Tetons. We hit Sylvan Lake once on the East Side, the Geyser Basin twice, and West Yellowstone twice.

James

Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: James Morrissey] #31835
11/01/10 01:31 PM
11/01/10 01:31 PM
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Hey Everyone,

I posted the Leica M9 Review today. Most of the photos are Fall Foliage shots. I hope you enjoy.

James

Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: James Morrissey] #31836
11/01/10 03:04 PM
11/01/10 03:04 PM
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Portland Oregon
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Portland Oregon
Well...here are some of my fall shots.
One of my faves from Horse Tail Falls.


Here is Wahkeena Falls:


Here is the first peek of Multnomah Falls from a hidden set of steps most dont get around to see:


One of Multnomah Falls:


Happy Fall!!

Roman

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