Bits Of Kingston Lacy Trees


Lubbyman

Link Posted 13/10/2021 - 20:08
A few acers and a couple of others from a wander round the park at Kingston Lacy house on Monday. Many of the leaves on the acers had dry, brown tips or edges presumably because of weather conditions in recent weeks/months, so I couldn't get the perfect 'red glowing leaf' shot (at least not without annoying the people I was with who were not at all interested in individual leaves). Still, it was a pleasant wander and the coffee cake in the cafe was excellent .

All K3 + F135mm f2.8.

Comments, thoughts etc. welcome as usual.

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Steve

pschlute

Link Posted 13/10/2021 - 22:12
Warm colours of Autumn.
Peter



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LennyBloke

Link Posted 14/10/2021 - 09:48
Warm, soft yet sharp, dreamy - nice little selection
LennyBloke

Chrism8

Link Posted 14/10/2021 - 16:14
Well shot, lovely bokah
Chris

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davidwozhere

Link Posted 14/10/2021 - 23:03
1st and last for me. The last, being without anything to suggest scale looks wonderfully enormous!
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Urbanmeister

Link Posted 14/10/2021 - 23:21
davidwozhere wrote:
1st and last for me. The last, being without anything to suggest scale looks wonderfully enormous!

+1. Nailed it.
Be well, stay well.

Lubbyman

Link Posted 15/10/2021 - 12:16
Thanks folks. This was yet another trip when I took the 16-85mm for sweeping vistas and the F 135mm for detail and ended up with the F 135 on the camera most of the time. Either the gardens weren't planted for big, wide views or I'm not seeing them. Interesting...
davidwozhere wrote:
The last, being without anything to suggest scale looks wonderfully enormous!

It really was wonderfully enormous - one of those trees that makes you feel very, very small!

Steve
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