iPhoneography: Last of the fall leaves

12 12 2017

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iPhoneography: Splendid fall

9 12 2017

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved. iPhone 6s / Snapseed app border

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My spirits soar…

30 04 2015

All through the long winter, I dream of my garden.
On the first day of spring, I dig my fingers deep into the soft earth.
I can feel its energy, and my spirits soar.

—Helen Hayes

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Spring Trees lorez





Undulating…

10 08 2014

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Undulate





Fall comes to Kingstowne Lake

4 11 2013

Storm clouds on one side of the lake, sunlight from behind me illuminating the foliage…what a beautiful mix! I photographed this shot at Kingstowne Lake yesterday afternoon on a field photography trip with my friend Michael Powell.

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Kingstowne Lake Foliage





Origami cranes?

3 11 2013

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Origami cranes





Kaleidoscope

25 09 2012

I think these might be ‘Black Magic’ Black Leaf Elephant Ears (Colocasia esculenta ’Black Magic’). I had never seen them lighted from behind, so I never knew they actually had more color to them than you can see on the surface! The photos below were of two different leaves from the same plant—the reddish-orange one had more indirect sunlight, while the top greener one had direct sunlight from behind. I find it fascinating that something that appears to be just a solid blackish-purple shade could be hiding a kaleidoscope of colors! Photographed at Green Spring Gardens

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