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Why I love Canberra in Autumn

By Geoff_from_Lushpup_Images - 3 May 2012 6

High key photograph of autumnal maple leaves against bright sky

Oh OK … it’s Autumn and all the leaves are coloured and the air’s turning crisp and photographers are out taking pictures – as they do. I thought I’d share this one because the way the light has literally ‘infused’ the leaves and brought out some spectacluar colours. Canberra expresses it’s seasons so emphatically. I know we largely recognise four but I understand that those more in touch with place we call home recognise six(?) … more than four anyways.

Shot looking straight up against a bright overcast sky with a Lensbaby 3G. I liked it and it reminded me of why I love the light in Autumn.

What’s Your opinion?


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6 Responses to
Why I love Canberra in Autumn
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Jivrashia 4:38 pm
03 May 12
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I wish to whinge.

Why doesn’t anyone know what deciduous means, as in deciduous trees?
The moment I mentioned it people look at me weird.

Oh, you mean flaming trees!

Thanks Cold Chisel

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angrymotorist1 6:07 pm
03 May 12
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Jivrashia said :

I wish to whinge.

Why doesn’t anyone know what deciduous means, as in deciduous trees?
The moment I mentioned it people look at me weird.

Oh, you mean flaming trees!

Thanks Cold Chisel

Worst comment ever.

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EvanJames 9:57 am
04 May 12
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Very clever photo, lovely colours. What are the other two seasons? Warm autumn/cold autumn (we’re heading into that now), and the same with Spring?

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Lainey 4:06 pm
04 May 12
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What a beautiful photo. Thanks :)

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GardeningGirl 7:53 pm
05 May 12
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Beautiful!

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Deref 8:19 am
06 May 12
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