An ideal autumn red maple that according to the point of view you've chosen seems that this put in a pot of great proportions! A superb composition my friend! Best regards, Adela
9 Dec 2010 10:53am
I very much like the lines and contrasts in this image. The diagonal lines of the roofs lead to the vertical curved lines of the tree trunks, which lead to the riotously colored leaves. Wonderful!!
9 Dec 2010 11:13am
A tick in every box for this one . . . your images are so all-inclusive and yet remain at rest.
9 Dec 2010 12:05pm
Beautifully framed GJC! The colours are vibrant and offset the lines in the picture to their best effect! Well done! ;-)
9 Dec 2010 12:34pm
9 Dec 2010 1:15pm
This is an extremely lovely view - I really like your pov here whcih is encompassing the beautiful peak of that structure and leading the eye up to those gorgeous maples yellow and red. The Japanese Maple (and the vine maple) are such exquisite plants...they fit, so well, the spiritual tone of this place. Wonderful!
9 Dec 2010 3:12pm
What a beautiful way you've brought together these objects of diverse forms, textrures and colours! The mood is so charming and refreshing! Just love it!:-)
9 Dec 2010 3:35pm
I like the focus here, for some reason this is the first thing that I noticed. I am getting a strong sense of depth and layering. Beautiful shot.
9 Dec 2010 5:44pm
Clever compo and super use of depth of field and focus .. so creative ... making a seemingly simple view, a strong image
9 Dec 2010 8:04pm
beautiful trees and your framing is so good !
9 Dec 2010 8:44pm
It is amazing how you can show such a small bit of a scene, and yet I can see all of it in my mind....Just beautiful!
10 Dec 2010 3:45am
Wonderful red leaves !
10 Dec 2010 1:36pm
11 Dec 2010 5:11am
There are some images that one cannot touch with words....They are beyond words...(At least this is how I feel about many of your creations!)
13 Dec 2010 6:50am
@Japanalia: You are very kind. Thank you.
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