Notes from the field, essays, and observations.
A favorite fall flower, dew soaked with a bit of back light:
Wow wonderful pic !
Thanks – just visited your blog, lots of lovely things.
Thank you for your kind words 🙂
Color is amazing!
Thanks – NE aster is one of the glories of fall in my area.
Lovely, Tom. I was always told that blue and green are not complementary…not so as this image proves.
I probably should fix the white balance – it’s a bit too blue. Thanks, Steve!
All of the above + the tiny water droplets are also beautiful
Thanks – the backlit droplets were what drew me in. Took a look at your blog – I’ll have to come back. I haven’t read anything about Foucault since college – I met him briefly long ago.
Thanks Tom for your reply. Wow – imagine meeting Foucault. (Prof Roth describes meeting him in one of his lectures and it’s really wonderful stuff.) I am barely scratching the surface of this depth of history and thinking – but it’s hugely rewarding to try to even scrape up a little.
Thanks – I just had a nice visit at your blog, checking out the fine grizzled mantis images.
Tee…Hee 🙂 He was SO much fun!
Thanks for the kind words!
Love the colors and the details. And how you used the depth of field enhances the effect. Bravo!
Very beautiful! The backlighting, the dew drops, the colors.
Have just come across your blog. Beautiful images that give a whole new vision of life. Thanks.
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