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Friday, November 19, 2010

The weekend in Black and White: light coming through

I took this picture about a week ago and by now there will be even more light coming in as many of the leaves will have dropped off these trees.
Click for the home of the weekend in black and white.


Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour sweet friend,
It's such a magnificent place!I have that sensation to see Robin Hood, and maybe a beautiful princess walking there! :)
Wonderful picture!

Rambling Woods said...

I like that in black and white....

Daryl said...

What a nice path ... all those leaves and light playing on them .. pretty place

RuneE said...

A colourful colourless autumn :-)

REJEN said...

Lovely picture...

Greyscale Territory said...

Fasscinating drama of light patterns!

Dragonstar said...

The light is so lovely. A beautiful path.

Anonymous said...

Fall is falling... can't wait for Spring springing.

Johnny Nutcase said...

this is really nice in monochrome!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

lovely monochrome...congrats your photo was included in the wall...keep it up!

old railway tunnel

Starnitesky said...

Lovely photo - very strange as I posted a very similar photo!

Irene said...

Lovely shot .... nice place!

Naquillity said...

what a great black & white photo Carver~ it makes one feel invited to walk along the path or sit awhile and take in the sounds of nature. thanks for sharing.

i also wanted to say your fall photos in the post below are gorgeous. the colors are brilliant.

thanks for all your recent comments despite my absence. hope all is well.

Anonymous said...

A beautiful picture... I like the light :)
Regards Halina


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