REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, November 10, 2014

Frosty Leaf Texture

For Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday this week, I've chosen a "frosted" maple leaf that seems to be screaming that Old Man Winter is on the way.

edited with kk_revolution 

16 comments:

Prairie Jill said...

Oh yes, winter is coming (snow flurries here)!
Beautiful photograph and lovely texture.

elizabeth said...

Beautiful! The "polar vortex" is heading our way so maybe I'll be getting some frosty shots soon!

Desirae R said...

I love frosted leaf shots!

Donna Hopkins said...

Your photo today will be my winter inspiration! I take fewer pictures in the winter as I hate to brace the cold. But, as your photograph clearly shows, there is much beauty in winter. So this year, I'll bundle up and head outside . . . for views of nature in the frost. Thank you!

Beverly said...

Evelyn your leaf with a soft dusting of frost is so beautiful! I've yet to get a good shot of anything frosted. Thank you for your lovely comments today...have a lovely "frosty" week. The cold will be here tomorrow, and visiting a long while.

Barbara said...

This just makes me want to go somewhere when it is cold just to photograph something with frost. Just gorgeous.

sandy said...

and maybe a lot earlier than many suspect!

beautiful shot of the leaf!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

cool

I'd have to go on the road to get a shot like that

:)

Odd Moon Designs said...

Gosh! Your image is so beautiful! I love the frosted edges of the leaf and grass. We're covered in snow already - not a green patch to be seen.

sarah said...

Such lovely detail.

Carola Bartz said...

Beautiful! It makes me a bit cold looking at it...

Dotti said...

Your frosted maple leaf is indeed a sign of the season and so beautifully done!

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely image.

deborah said...

I love the softness of your image, Evelyn, as well as your processing! Just beautiful! We haven't had a frost yet, but the temperatures have dropped considerably, so I'm expecting it tonight. I just heard we may get snow by Thursday, as well! Bundle up! :)

Michele Matucheski said...

I see you're collaborating with the artist, Jack Frost--or is it the Snow Queen? Or Elsa? You do nice work together! Half the time, s/he just wants someone to notice the beauty in the cold.

Gail Dixon said...

The frosty maple leaf is so pretty and well-preserved. We are still waiting for our first frost. Should be here in the morning!