January 3, 2015nature, winter maple greys Sharonlandscape photography, maple greys, midwest photography, nature photography, photography Like this:Like Loading...
Wow! I love the sense of movement and the tone.
Thanks, Kirk :).
Nice shot! It is interesting to me to note that some maples hold onto their leaves like beech and oak do, while most fall off. For some reason they do not form the cell breaks at the end of the petiole that result in leaf fall. Genetic mutation perhaps? My naturalist mind wanders and wonders. 🙂
Oh I just love this comment, Eliza. 🙂
It’s the same thing with pin oaks (which I find to be messy and overused) with their raggedy leaves hanging on all winter.
But the beech and oak, well, by February, their leaves are the only spots of color in the woods, and for that I thank them.
The maples are a mystery. 🙂
Beautiful light here. Nice picture Sharon!
Merci, Meho! 🙂
the shot is wonderful and the title, a perfect description of the colors
Thank you, LB :).