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Shrubs with Copper Coloured Leaves - Hyde Hall, Essex by BlueMoonRose

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Shrubs with Copper Coloured Leaves - Hyde Hall, Essex by 


257 views, 4 favourites, 22 July 2012
Striking copper coloured shrubbery (identity unknown) growing in the grounds of Hyde Hall, the garden of the Royal Horticultural Society, near Rettendon in Essex, England, UK.The ethos of the RHS is to work with Nature rather than against it. Minimal editing. Original available for greeting cards, if preferred. (see below)
Mailto: bluemoonrose58@yahoo.com. Canon PowerShot S3 IS, Auto setting
Featured in “The World As We See It Or As We Missed It!” on 18 April 2012

My life is divided between teaching Music and Photography. The instruments I play are organ, piano, clarinet and saxophone. I taught German and Spanish before my retirement, but since I got my digital camera no longer have time for them!

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  • Guendalyn
    Guendalynover 2 years ago

    fantastic work !!!!

  • Thank you, Guendalyn.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 2 years ago

    Beautiful!!

  • Thank you, Cheryl.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsover 2 years ago

    Lovely shrubs adding subtle color!

  • Thank you, Pamela. Wish I knew what they were called!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppover 2 years ago

    Wonderful capture

  • Thank you, Larry.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • vette
    vetteover 2 years ago

    Such a pretty scene, love the different colors and tones within the leaves. A definite fave. Susan

  • Thank you, Susan.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 2 years ago

    Lovely … plants with copper coloured foliage always add an interesting contrast to a garden :)

  • Thank you, Trish.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...over 2 years ago

    Any way you can get a closer image of leaves? At a glance I’d wanted to say a type of Sedum or Stonecrop….but……………and…er….your idea of copper looks like my idea of purple? Copper to me is more of a gold/orange in color…but this looks more like purple/red to me. Not sure if I’m looking at the same way you are. :o(

  • Thank you, Carla. This picture was taken in strong sunlight on an afternoon early in June. The camera’s settings were at default. I have noticed a difference in the way colours are displayed (warm or cool) in different camera and on different monitors. Comparing my desktop computer monitor with my husband’s and with my laptop, I find that colours display truer on my desktop computer screen than on the other two. It often makes me wonder what other people are seeing – or not seeing – on their screens! We can only work with web safe colours in photo editing programmes and the way colours mix with light and with inks is also different. Even in real life, the colours of nature appear different according to the light. I think that these leaves might have displayed differently in other light conditions, so you could well be right. One thing is certain… They were definitely not green! From now on, I’ll pay more attention, when actually taking the shots. Thank you for your help. A very happy Easter to you!

    – BlueMoonRose

  • virginian
    virginianover 2 years ago

    Nice find and shot of all this foliage.

  • Thank you, Judy.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteover 2 years ago

    Lovely work.

  • Thank you, Julie.

    – BlueMoonRose

  • Corri Gryting Gutzman
    Corri Gryting ...over 2 years ago

    I like the contrasts of the leaf colors in this. The differences are really striking.

  • Thank you, Corri.

    – BlueMoonRose

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