Amazing colours in this whole series!
9 Dec 2009 5:48am
Loving this series! I think it goes with how you capture photos so well - it's like you were meant to photograph maple leaves! (I hope they are japanese maples)
9 Dec 2009 6:06am
Each little scallop contains a serving of Autumn. best...jerry
9 Dec 2009 6:57am
Simply luscious!!!! ;-)
9 Dec 2009 12:38pm
beautiful leaves and Kawara again! Lovely Kyoto image.
9 Dec 2009 12:46pm
9 Dec 2009 12:52pm
beautiful colour :)
9 Dec 2009 3:00pm
Yes, I cannot get away from the glorious reds of those acers in autumn. Glorious colour.
9 Dec 2009 5:33pm
What I love the most is the darker tree branches, sort of giving it a context like I was standing beneath the canopy & peeking in the wall. Nice shot.
Feels like the whole season has concentrated in this one spot . . what an amazing impact.
9 Dec 2009 7:16pm
9 Dec 2009 8:38pm
wonderful pic of leaves on roof
Wow! That is just gorgeous! Amazing colors!
9 Dec 2009 10:07pm
Stunning colours. However, the element that draws my attention is the roof, the roof of a house (or temple) immersed in that autumnal fire.
9 Dec 2009 10:28pm
I believe that is the most brilliant orange I've seen!
10 Dec 2009 12:04am
10 Dec 2009 2:18am
10 Dec 2009 2:28am
The intensity of the colors really makes this image pop. Great job.
10 Dec 2009 4:51am
10 Dec 2009 4:54am
This is magic...perfection. Just look at those leaves dipping over the roof-line, and also the ones sitting in the roof tiles. Marvelous !
10 Dec 2009 7:30am
Absolutely beautiful! The colours are spectacular.
12 Dec 2009 12:17am
Your images show us such a beautiful autumn, which I've never seen before.
14 Dec 2009 10:19pm
This picture is beautiful. The brilliant red foliage has its counterpoise in the black branches.
27 Jun 2010 3:57pm
very nice !!
21 Oct 2010 12:23pm
Is this for real??
Never seen such colors!
Japan must be very Beautiful!
4 Feb 2011 2:56pm
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