I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
Hello Sue. No, I didn't have a nice weekend. I had a headache all day long. I like this photo of yours. The texture and the colours of that rock are beautiful. And that little pink leaf...all alone...
Lovely little pink leaf...almost looks like a heart! Beautiful. Thanks for your comments over at TORUŃ DP!
I see TWO little leaves!There's one hiding in the crack in the tree... or is that a rock? It's hard to tell.
Nice photo. Hope your weekend was good.
sweet!!! the beautiful composition reminds me of a song long forgotten which went something like "slip and slide away" :)I am sure, Chad will like to do selective coloring with this one :)
Hello, beautiful autom...salutjoan
Beautiful colors and textures. Rocks rock, don't they? ;D
Nice graphism !
The History of the rocks!
Fantastic coloures. Fantasic shot.
Simply beautiful.For some time I am collecting images of fallen leaves, none matches yours.
That is just splendid - beauty in isolation.I'm so glad you're enjoying my blog. Lovely to hear from you.
You're right, enlarging it makes it a whole new feeling.--steve buser New Orleans Daily Photo
I often max the photos which is always a treat since I invariably see something new. I, too, notice two leaves.
One leaf at a time, you remind us, and we should enjoy each leaf to the fullest.
hadn't thought of it that way. :)
Very cool - especially enlarged!Great stuff as usual!Joel
i was reading about California fires ...and thought of you and your family...stay safe, please. Take care, Sue.
Thanks for letting me know, Sue.....I am not aware of what part of California you and your family live in.....I am glad that you are safe..it's really unfortunate for the parts that are caught in it....I know I have a friend in Orange County and he's safe. Hope it all ends soon with no major casualties...
The leaves here are falling faster than one at a time, I need to find the rake or hope for a fast wind to send them to the neighbor
Very nice photo...and the title is perfect.
So pretty and so delicate...well spotted!
Zen, Sue. Absolutely lovely.
Oh, at first I thought that pink leaf was a tiny heart! Lovely photo, capturing the bittersweet moment when the leaves begin to fall.
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