BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

A DIFFERENT VIEW (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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With so many birds and insects gone for the season, but temperatures still warm enough to enjoy photography, I cast about for different subjects that interest me. As the landscape changes and the colours begin to fade, familiar flowers and trees take on a different appearance. Here are two examples, I will feature more in the coming days.

 

29 thoughts on “A DIFFERENT VIEW (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Beautiful pictures! Love still photography!

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  2. I agree with Adrian – your leaf shot really captures the serenity and sublimity of living in the moment.

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  3. the floating leaf with just the suggestion of a reflection of fall color is awesome.

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  4. Lovely photographs!

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  5. Love that single leaf shot–nice composition, colors and of course reflection. I like the furled up Queen Anne’s Lace, too.

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  6. Super nice, Belinda – love the quietude in these shots.

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  7. wonderful photography Belinda..!!

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  8. The first picture looks like an ornamental carrot seed head. I love the reflection of the leaf in the second picture.

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  9. Sublime, Belinda. Your composition and focal points are terrific. I love those plants in the first photo and shot them in the PNW. Do you know what they are? They are so interesting.

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  10. There are beautiful things in nature if we only take the time to look beyond the obvious. You’ve done that very well. Beautiful photos!

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  11. Beautiful moments captured in time!

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  12. Absolutely LOVE the lower photo here – very simple, Minimal, beautiful art.

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