These colours mean that the winter isn't wide any more.
But the picture is beautiful.
Susanne u. Bernd ~ Hi Bernd ~ Winter will come what ever we say or do ~ we can only hope for a mild one ~ Thanks for your like and compliment ~ Very best wishes to you ~ nick
Splendid colour, beautifully offset by the architecture of the dark branches (well, I know what I mean!). Like Best wishes. Andy (I see these were uploaded yesterday - only just appeared a few minyutes ago!)
Andy Rodker, I like this autumn colour too Andy and again like you I love the branches that drew me into the shot ~ How strange that they only appeared to you a few minutes ago ~ weird ~ I received the first comment yesterday and they all seemed to upload OK my end and were all visable ~ Thanks for another like ~ all the best ~ nick
Thanks Nick. Yes, I occasionally get them straight away but normally anything up to 24 hours later. It was ever thus - no idea why.
The frustrating thing is that I had time to kill yesterday and I decided to catch up on Pano - but no (or very few) photos came through - They all came through in a rush this evening when I don't really have the time! :-(
Best wishes, Andy
Great combination of light and the most beautiful autumn colors. excellent shot LIKE
Andreas Sw ~ Thank you very much for your kind comments and like ~ Friendly greetings ~ nick
Magnificent tree and beautiful colours. Regards Derek
Derek Geer ~ Thanks Derek yes this tree simply drew me into it ~ All the best ~ nick
Stunning maple Nick. any shots left for me steve
steve111 Sorry mate all of the leaves will be gone now as we had very high winds this week :(
Perfect palette and lighting. I think the curving composition makes it something special. Very good you found the way back to upload this. Greetings ( by someone lost in the fog today :)
sixten_imgs ~ Sorry to read you are suffering in fog today ~ we have greyness and drizzle with the promise of more heavy rain tomorrow ~ So we are all having a crap weekend ~ Hopefully Brazil and F1 might bring some good entertainment ~ This tree is one of the first things you see as you enter the garden and look to the right (Look to the left and you have some dazzling Red Maples)
The only way to escape the throngs of people with cameras is to dive deep and high into the tree.
I had a photographer to the left of me for example who showed no respect or consideration and he simply walked straight in front of me ignoring my tripod and camera to get his shots in first :)) Hey ho it is every man for himself at times. Luckily the gardens are large enough that people soon spread out and find their own space and the vast majority are thoughtful and considerate. Of course with so much beauty around the place I guess it is understandable that some people get carried away.
Thanks for your perceptive comments and I hope the fog lifts ~~~ All the best ~ nick
Not a big fog problem, Nick. Actually I was extremely happy in the morning to see it: "Yeah, finally fog photos to me too!". Unfortunately the Sun didn't understand that at all :) . So, Brazil and F1 sounds a winning combination here too!
Must admit it really is sometimes too easy to get carried away by the photography. Too much people seldom are a problem here. Usually it is "hey, where did they all disappear?"
Really like this one! Great shot
Gligo Hello Gligo and I'm so pleased that you like this shot as much as you do ~ Thank you ~ Best wishes ~ nick
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