PHOTOPAGE 412

   

   

October 2010

Leaf color is late this Autumn due to a late first frost, I suppose (none here yet), - but I hear different theories. 

 More interesting to me is the idea of color and the return of much that was living and vivid - to earth tones (browns, grays and blacks). What significance, if any, does that loss of vibrant hues have for us? 

Not all creatures see as we do - some see a larger range, some smaller.

Color is associated with the spectrum of light that is translated through our eyes by our brain.

There is no reason to assume that the color we see and respond to has anything but a passing relationship to the reality of what actually exists  Color is our interpretation of certain phenomena - in this case, living material.

And so, I wonder at the significance of this for us.

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412.11 

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412.12 Backlit Maple Leaves  

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412.13 River Stacked Leaves 

   

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412.1 Ground Arrangement   

 

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412.2 Maple Leaves 

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412.3 Poison Ivy (yellow) 

 

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412.4 Ground Arrangement 2 

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412.7 Ripples in Canal 

 

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 412.6 Autumn Sky 

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412.5 Drops on floating leaf 

 

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412.8 Witch in the tree

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412.9 River Stacked Leaves 2

 

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412.10 October Towpath  

 

 

   

 
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