As the fall season winds down, the rains start here in the Pacific Northwest. And along with this comes the annual season of colors from trees in our yard. I love the details of the raindrops, the veins on the leaves, and, of course, the not-so-subtle colors.
Laying down on the ground and shooting wide open leads the viewer's eye to the focal point of the upside-down leaf as it lays there, raindrops coating it. Every day, there is always something else, usually small, that can be used to create an image.
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