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Tamás Borbély on November 2, 2007

The translucent brown letter is very beautiful in the frosty environment.Very beautiful, Marilyn !Greetings, Tamás

©junebug on November 2, 2007

Very beautiful picture, Marilyn! The frozen dew makes it very special. Thanks for sharing! Greetings, Anne

Hank Waxman on November 2, 2007

Great shot Marilyn; color, shadow, form and the delicate touch of frozen morning mist...just beautiful. Greetings,

Hank

Syl de Canada on November 2, 2007

Really nice one Marilyn I like it! but showing us that winter is coming soon... Cheers Sylvie

Marilyn Whiteley on November 2, 2007

Thank you, Tamás, Anne, Hank, and Syl. I went out this morning intending to do an errand, but as I was scraping frost from the car, I noticed the magical world around me! Greetings, Marilyn

Ryan Calhoun on November 2, 2007

Very nice, Marilyn. The frost adds a double-crunch! I like the shadows showing through the leaf, it's a very delicate detail to capture. Cheers.

Marilyn Whiteley on November 3, 2007

Thanks, Ryan. I was very pleased when I discovered that this part of our yard had only dappled sunlight, so the sun had not yet melted the frost! Cheers, Marilyn

Roger Sandvik on November 4, 2007

Ah! Can hardly be done any better. Excellent colors, shape and texture. You really know how to work with what's available of light when you're out there. Again, a great picture. Very well executed I might add :)

Snemann on November 4, 2007

Excellent! I can only agree with the previous comment!

Marilyn Whiteley on November 4, 2007

Many thanks, Roger and Snemann. I appreciate your comments.

Lilypon on November 5, 2007

Oooooooooops I gave this one a yellow star and didn't mention it! :S

It's perfect Marilyn! :D

Ryan Calhoun on November 5, 2007

I just read Pam's comment a little too quickly, and I thought it said "Oooops I gave this one a yellow star and didn't mean it!" :D

Funny how one word changes the entire meaning!

Lilypon on November 5, 2007

LOL Ryan you had me worried and checking my post again! ;)

Lorna Rourke on November 6, 2007

Marilyn! this is gorgeous. I love your photos. Thanks for passing them along. --Lorna

Marilyn Whiteley on November 6, 2007

Ryan, that is a funny misreading! You know that Pam wouldn't be so cruel as to go out of her way to put me down that way. And Lorna, many thanks for your visit and your comment.

Cheers, Marilyn

Marilyn Whiteley on November 6, 2007

PS, Pam! Thanks for the yellow star. Marilyn

♫ Swissmay on November 7, 2007

Marilyn, it's exceptional to bring frost and sun together like this. The frosted Evergreen and the dead crumbled leaves in the foreground, bridged by the orange maple leaf fully spotted by the sun. The entire photo looks fresh and crispy!

My best greetings, May

Marilyn Whiteley on November 7, 2007

Thank you, May. I was very fortunate. The sunlight was filtered through the remaining leaves on a large tree, so as the sun moved, no spot on the ground remained in the sun very long! As a result, I saw this little group when it was still crisp with frost. Best wishes, Marilyn

♫ Swissmay on November 8, 2007

No, not just fortunate. It needs the talent to see the treasures.

Cheers, May

Cheryl Parkes on November 9, 2007

Thanks Marilyn, as you could probably see, we've been to Canada. Had the best time. We were there in winter and missed the beautiful colours of Autumn. Hope to return one day. I see you have been to Australia. In fact you've had many fantastic adventures around the globe. My dream. Cheers, from Oz

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Photo taken in Exhibition Park, 81 London Road West, Guelph, ON N1H, Canada

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  • Uploaded on November 2, 2007
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    by Marilyn Whiteley
    • Camera: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. SP550UZ
    • Taken on 2007/11/02 09:09:10
    • Exposure: 0.013s (1/80)
    • Focal Length: 9.84mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: -0.30 EV
    • No flash

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