It’s not this time of year without…..
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Category: November Tagged: autumn, black and white, fujifilm, fujiholics, leaves, long exposure, monochrome, nature, water, x100t
Oh yes! And the leaves just keep on coming this year – a wonderful Autumn.
Great shot! Coincidentally, I have a post of the same name. I guess great minds think alike 🙂
Such a beautiful shot!
Gorgeous in monochrome
Great shot! We need mittens on our hands in Finland right now, I imagine it must already be winter in Norway, too 🙂 Ha det bra!
There is no snow in my part of the country, but some other parts have full winter 🙂
Unusual and very effective composition.
I like your choice and love the photo, particularly the perspective you chose.
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Looked peace n comfort
Beautifully shot, with such clarity! Well done, my friend!
Great – the water looks so soft.
What a great shot! I love all the motion!
Interesting perspective and use of aperture, Petter. Wonderful image.
Very nice mood in this shot.
Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/11/ein-karem-birthplace-of-st-john-baptist.html
Love your black and white photos 🙂 I look forward to following you 🙂
What a sensational shot! I love the juxtaposition of the leaves lying in the foreground, against the dynamic waterfalls behind!
What a great shot! Falling leaves is definitely one of my favorite signs of the changing seasons.
The leaves seem to be posing!
Here’s my Wordless Wednesday!
Petrus, beautiful capture! I love how the leaves and footbridge are in focus in the foreground and the wispy waterfalls is blurred in the background plus adding the grayscale factor makes for a very powerful moody shot. Thanks for sharing today with the Wordless Wednesday crowd. I invite you to hop over to join my linky party!
Outstanding composition and image. Really well done.
Nice composition, Mittens.
I find it remarkable that you could capture the colorful autumn leaves in black and white, yet still make the picture seem vibrant and loud. Good job!
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