06.08.2020-2 White Oak Leaves in Spring Regalia

For all you Spring foliage lovers.  🙂

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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25 Responses to 06.08.2020-2 White Oak Leaves in Spring Regalia

  1. Visual. Olfactory. Tactile. And wonderful for all three.

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  2. How nice, both the textures and the colors. (By coincidence I have a dewdrop-covered subject set for tomorrow’s post.)

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  3. krikitarts says:

    Double dee-lightful!

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  4. shoreacres says:

    I’ve been sitting here laughing at myself. The impulse to reach out and straighten the midvein in the background leaf is strong. I’m not saying you should have tried to line them up; it just tickled me that I responded that way. I’m one of those who always hangs paintings and such with two hooks, just so I don’t have to continually straighten them.

    I always like dewdrops, but these colors are especially nice.

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    • krikitarts says:

      Do you straighten pictures displayed on others’ walls? I do, though I try to make sure that no one sees me in the act!

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    • Well, just as funny is that it occurred to me also. But I knew I couldn’t because all those nice droplets would have smeared and run if I caused the leaf to even tremble against the upper one.
      As a professional picture hanger I do the same. When people ask why I tell them once and done works best plus some bus or truck will come rumbling by and shake everything in the house. If the frame has d-rings I use a hook in each. If not I use two towards the middle separeated anywhere from, 6″ and up depending on the width and creating a flat that stays pretty permanent.

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  5. Wonderful colors, and the droplets give it such a great pebbly texture

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  6. Lovely image, Steve. Isolation and focus can make a very impactful and beautiful image, and you have done just that here.

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  7. melissabluefineart says:

    So gorgeous. I like how Pete Hillman put it~this is an impactful image.

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  8. Great composition—photographing one gorgeous leaf atop another is really effective.

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  9. Lemony says:

    Ahhh, that’s refreshing!

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  10. bluebrightly says:

    Sheer elegance. First-rate!

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