Posted on September 13, 2017December 29, 2018 by susurrusWordless Wednesday: Burgundy Leaves, Backlit Like this:Like Loading...
16 Replies to “Wordless Wednesday: Burgundy Leaves, Backlit”
Lovely colors. It can be difficult to capture the nuances of leaves, depending on the camera used. But you’ve done a great job! Nature puts on a show every day, if one only SEES it.
This would have been hard to miss for those with any real love of nature.
That’s early, but fantastic!
It’s a form of burgundy-leaved redbud rather than a green one in autumn colours. The dappled sunlight was making some of the leaves appear bright red.
A red riot!
It’s weird how much lighting affects colour. If you are choosing paint for a room and paint a patch on the wall to see if you like it, it’s wise to check you still like it in the evening as well as in the morning.
Leaves are often fabulous when backlit and you can see all the veins.
When the sunlight is right, I can hardly go for a walk without keep stopping to stare at them.
What dramatic leaves! Lovely.
They hardly look real, do they?
Wordless indeed! There is so much to see in these that my eyes are fumbling about, trying to take it all in. What wonders. I especially love the way those little white berries are photobombing the leaves. These are gorgeous images — thank you!
Photobombing is quite right. Someone ought to invent a spurious plant filter camera setting. The main subject made a dazzling sight – certainly not a plant to shirk the limelight.
“Dazzling” is the word! And I applaud your idea of the filter for spurious plants.
Good thing for comments. I was wondering what it was. Beautiful photos.
You often have to reply on conversation being prompted by Wordless Wednesday pictures – otherwise they can be more like ‘What can it be on Wednesday?’.
Almost like Valentine hearts. Beautiful!
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