Photographer's Note

Along with the previous postings which are inside my Fall theme gallery, this one is a change from the perspective normal. When I walked into the row of trees I kept looking for interesting leaves in groupings. Seeing I am only shooting from about 7 feet away it became important to use a higher f stop and yet enough to throw the background leaves out of focus. You are looking at three different layers of fall branches. The red is crucial in setting up the background colors of the in focus leaves. There are few glare spots up top but that is minimal seeing I am almost shooting directly into the sunlight..but trying my best to keep the lens out of the direct light.
Now that I reflect on the result it seems I could have cropped the lower right yellow leaf out of the scene. At least I am predicting that Daniel Walsh will suggest it. Ah Dan beat you to it! So enjoy as is please. Its fall time and there is lots of color to capture. In my theme fall gallery I have a few other shots like this...but this one I like the best so far.
Just gotta keep shootin!

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