Sunday, October 21, 2007

The Colours of Fall on the Landscape

This week’s blog deals with the wonderful and exciting colours that paint the landscape during the special 2 week period of Fall, at least for those who will also soon experience of the white of winter.

This image was taken just as the sun was coming up over the horizon on an early thinly frozen pond. The early morning light has caused the rocks to have a bluish tint which compliments the reds and oranges. One day I may decide to clone out the distracting hoar frost which is just catching the sunlight using a upside image.

This scene is captured during the early morning light as the overnight fog is just starting to lift on the river.

The darker pine boughs frame the fall foliage and create an abstract pattern of colour and kight.

In late evening the golden glow of the sun is helping to add a yellow vibrancy to all the leaves on the trees.

In this image the spectacular colours of the leaves in sunlight are bursting through the a whole in the canopy of the forest.

Niels Henriksen

A Photographer's Adage

A painter works with color as the medium, a photographer works with light. -Carlotta M. Corpron


Lynda Lehmann said...

Gorgeous photos and interesting commentary, Niels!

Elsa said...

i really love yellow...
can i save your photos... all the yellow....

can i have them??


Xaysouvanh Phengphong said...

Allow me to use the yellow leaves pic to decorate the title of my poem: "Fallen Yellow Leaves"
Thank you in advance


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