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Old Nov 2, 2008, 2:18 PM   #11
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Since you like the third picture I want to share this picture of a beech leaf, in this case just under the water surface.

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Thank you - I like it a lot. Another wonderful shot. Since you like leafs, I share some shots from today, I was testing a homemade (very basic) flash bouncer/diffusor, since it was such a dull day and I still wanted to capture something. These are all from my backyard. Have fun! (I hope you don't mind me "borrowing" your thread, it's not exactly solitaires, but I could not convince myself to really crop these shots)

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#1 - here I wanted to seperate the branch from the background, I like the fine greens and yellows
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Old Nov 2, 2008, 2:19 PM   #12
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#2 - from green to yellow
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#3 - "mom and child" leaf - at least this was my first idea when I saw that small leaf sitting on top of the bigger one. Very fresh and light green here, which is somewhat uncommon for fall.
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Old Nov 2, 2008, 2:23 PM   #14
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#4 - complete change of color, the leafes almost look as if they glow from inside when the lightest sunrays touch them. Wonderful view also in the early hours after sunrise...
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#5 - very saturated yellows, fading to brown, from the hazel
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#6 hazel again, with the last traces of green
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#7 - red again
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Old Nov 2, 2008, 2:29 PM   #18
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#8 last one from that series, all taken with a M85/2 lens, stopped down to f/4 in full manual mode and onboard-flash. I really like the color reproduction capabilities of that lens.
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Great photos of autumn leaves. Thank you for the "contribution". I'm not so familiar with Pentax lenses. Suppose this is one of the "classics". Thank you, Th

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