Notes from the field, essays, and observations.
It’s the black-brown-and-white season for macro. Here’s a leafy subject with a couple of “skeletonized” patches, parts eaten by a moth or fly larva.
These make such interesting “landscapes”.
For some reason, I’m noticing a lot of leaves skeletonized patches – they add something. Thanks, Steve…
You make the black, brown, white season look lovely.
Thanks, Anita. It is that (lovely) – I’ve learned to appreciate it.
The details of the leaf looks like a mosaic, it’s beautiful ! One of the patches reminded me of dog paws 🙂
Thanks Jocelyne – the patterns are what keep me going back to leaves, there’s always something new to see.
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