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Leaf under attack
Autumn tapestry in Arrowtown
Plastic is tenacious
Natural bands of colours and textures
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Irene Carson

Irene Carson
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Leaf under attack

Something is bugging this leaf but it is still hanging in there.

Exif Data

NIKON D7100

Aperture
f/9.0
Exposure
1/60
ISO
250
Flash
13
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/60
  • Resolution: 300/1
  • Created: 21st May 2019
  • Uploaded: 12th July 2019
  • Category: None
  • Views: 20
  • Likes: 13



  • Marius Radu
    1 day ago
    Even destruction can bring up something interesting and somehow beautiful :-)
    • Irene Carson
      1 day ago
      Indeed. Thank you for looking and commenting, Marius.
  • Ramonet Photography
    5 days ago
    Beautifully done and well spotted!!:-)
    • Irene Carson
      4 days ago
      Thank you, Ramonet, yes, the white rings stood out from all the green and some brown in the bush.
  • MarkChinn
    5 days ago
    That is a really beautiful shot of something so damaged. Your shot and edit really makes this image so interesting and beautiful. Wonderful.
    • Irene Carson
      4 days ago
      Thank you kindly, Mark! But get a grip on yourself! Just kidding, I quite like the result myself. :-)
      • MarkChinn
        3 days ago
        Ok, I got a grip on myself and I still feel the same. I really really like it. :-)
      • Irene Carson
        4 days ago
        And many thanks for the share!
  • Denise Savage
    5 days ago
    It’s creating some great colour and interest as it does.
    • Irene Carson
      4 days ago
      Thanks, Denise, if only humans could emulate this! ;-)
      • Denise Savage
        4 days ago
        Wouldn't it be lovely! Was thinking today how much kindness, encouragement, gratitude and appreciation is missing in our world today. And how much better our world would be if there was more of it. May we each do our little bit.
        • Irene Carson
          4 days ago
          I thought all those Likes were signs of gratitude, appreciation and valuation!!! ;-)
  • Peter Millar
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    • Pro
    6 days ago
    At least it is doing it photogenically - unlike the squirrels that have been attacking my favourite oaks, and who are about to become ex-squirrels.

    • Irene Carson
      4 days ago
      Ahem, Peter, I would just like to mention that my paternal coat of arms features a squirrel (we cannot all have lions and eagles), therefore, I trust your mean relocating your squirrels to a different arboreal area. "My" squirrel holds an acorn and there is an oak tree in the background.
      • Peter Millar
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        • Pro
        3 days ago
        I am 100% certain that your coat of arms features the beloved and harmless (to trees, wildlife, etc.) Red Squirrel. In the unlikely even that he turns up in any of the traps he will be released immediately and not relocated to the barbecue.
        • Irene Carson
          3 days ago
          You are 100% correct indeed, Peter. The red one is much nobler, and the cheeky grey ones are invaders. I guess detention is not an option...