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Chestnuts picked in March on the outskirts of Dorrigo, NSW“Colours of Autumn” was featured in *FOOD for THOUGHT***“Colours of Autumn” was featured in Monochrome in Color“Colours of Autumn” was featured in Art in Math
Pentax K-7: sigma 105mm EXDG Macrof18: 1.6sec: ISO 200: tripod
autumn brown chestnuts colins dorrigo nsw
Lovely, almost abstract! Beautiful colors and lines.
Thank you very much indeed :)
In the midwest United States, they were called Horse Chestnuts and kids called them Buckeye’s. If we pulled off the husk, they would be soft and shiney and quite beautiful. Thanks for the memory and for sharing your image. Very nice! :-)
Thanks Peter. Glad you had a nice memory.Are you thinking of ‘conkers’- the ones you cannot eat. These ones are sweet chestnuts and are delicious roasted.
This is almost like a still life, with wonderful muted tones, lighting, and delightful undulating curves! You are on the eve of autumn as we are of spring, in spite of the snow that’s finally winding down tonight. Beautiful work, Clare, and Happy Autumn!
Thank you very much Anita.Best wishes for a beautiful springtime of daffodils and freesias :)
Beautiful low key image!
Thank you very much Lynn
Congratulations! Beautiful image, ClareView your feature here and join me in celebrating our love of Art in MathMarch 2013
thank you Tori.
Beautiful work! I love how you’ve used the light to bring out the rich browns. Congratulations on your feature in Art in Math – FAVE:>)
Thank you so much :)
Beautiful Clare – I love the lighting. Congratulations on your Art in Math feature.
Hi Jan :)Thanks for the great comments
Thank you very much!
27/3/2013 – Vicky
Thank you very much Vicky.
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