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Natures autumn palette displayed at Thorp Perrow Arboretum near Bedale in North Yorkshire.
Nikon D3100 with18-55mm kit lensProcessed from a single RAW image in Photomatix Pro 4.0.2.
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Thanks for taking the time to browse my portfolio, I hope you see something you like. Colin.
Lovely Autumnal colours Colin …
Cheers Tom, appreciated.
– Colin Metcalf
whit a great shot ..yev captured aw the colours here ..though ma palette comes in wee glasses and is golden!
Thanks a lot mate. My palette must be similar to yours (When I can afford it). Glenfarclas, BenRiach, Bowmore? Also, though a Scotsman probably considers it to be a sacrilege, Bells blended. Sorry!!
Love the image and the title Colin……………………..Joyce
Thanks very much Joyce.
Lovely colours here Colin – they blend so well !
Cheers mate, glad you like it.
ye canny beat a cooncil whisky wi ice an lemonade in a tall glass in the summer..but av just triad a bottle o old pulteney for the first time..cheap in morrisons doon tae 23 quid its lovely
Off to Morrison’s tomorrow. If I offer to do the pots for a week the boss might let me get some. “Cooncil whisky”…..HaHaHa…..I love that description.
Such beautiful fall colours!
Thank you very much Shulie.
Nice capture Colin
Thanks a lot Larry, appreciated.
Lovely selection of colours!
Many thanks Bette, greatly appreciated.
beautiful capture .. many congrats on the feature
Thank you so much for the feature I an honoured.
Thanks again John, appreciated.