Tuesday, 20 November 2007

Transformation

Het is nog steeds volop herfst dus één blaadje kan er nog wel bij. Ik vond deze wel bijzonder omdat je tussen het groen en rood het proces bijna kan zien.

It is still autumn therefore one leaf more is OK. I thought this one was special because between the red and the green part you can almost see the process.

12 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Nice sharp colorful macro--part of the leaf still photosynthesizing and part reverting to anthocyanins.

Andrea said...

Beautiful color. Great shape. Awesome picture.

Old Wom Tigley said...

The texture looks like leather, the coulours on show are just great.

Sandy Carlson said...

This is very beautiful. Is it a rose leaf?

Kerri said...

This is so beautiful....I love how you can see both colors and the edge truly amazes me. Wonderful shot!

dot said...

A beautiful leaf shot! I've been wondering if you use a tripod.

Yes, marijuana is illegal but some of the farmers gave up growing regular crops to grow marijuana because they said they had to do it to make a living. Flimsy excuse in my opinion. Georgia is very bad for illegal drugs and the county I live in is supposedly one of the worse.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hallo Dick,
Nog steeds een 'artistic' plaatje ,van een mooi natuurlijk proces - A wonderfull artistic photo from a natural proces!

Hier is alles weer in bloei, de magnoliaboom staat weer in de knop.
Bedankt voor je felicitaties je bent nooit te laathoor! dankjewel:)

Amrita said...

I like the jagged edges.Lovely

happyone said...

Wow! Great photo, great colors!!

USAincognito said...

This is a great photo showing the transformation of spring/summer to fall. Well done!

april said...

Nature is the greatest painter in the world and you have taken a great photo.

Lynette said...

Fantastic photo, Dick.