Friday, 17 September 2010

Copper Beech

Autumn is here, and the leaves are turning. Some leaves, though, are red all the time. Specifically, the Copper Beech in my garden. I noticed today, as the sun sat low in the Autumnal morning sky, that the light shining through the bright red of the leaves caused interesting shadows and shapes to form between them. Shooting at maximum zoom (15x, or 480mm equiv) I shot directly into the sun, completely blowing out the sky and everything behind. Little tweak of the curves to bring out the red and remove some annoying purple fringing, and we have today's picture of the day.


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