Trees Fall Down

In the summer the Glen Manor Ravine is simply overwhelming, with green foliage everywhere. It makes it hard to get a good photo, in fact. Just too much going on. This time of year, however, things open up, with all the leaves grounded, and some of the trees too. I like this photo because of the angle of the fallen trees and the rust coloured leaves carpeting the ground. I played with the colour and saturation to get a “look” I seem to like in many of my shots. Hope you like it too.

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4 Responses to Trees Fall Down

  1. copingkoala says:

    It’s great- one can say, that it seems like the trees are climbing, or crawling…

  2. writingphoto says:

    Seems that you have a really good eye for shooting trees 🙂 By the way… I love the falling of snow in you blog! LOL

    • davecandoit says:

      Thanks, just lucky, really. Here in Toronto we might be seeing some falling snow of the real kind today. I might try to get out and snap a photo or two of it using the Sports setting (it’s the fastest shutter speed on my camera) to stop the falling snow in its tracks.

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