Autumn Approaches

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© Ben Collins
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UploadedDecember 20, 2008
TakenNovember 11, 2008
Exposure1/60 sec at f/5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
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Stupid tree in our front yard dropped all of its leaves in one day!

Dayton, Ohio

9 responses

  • Brian James

    Brian James said (20 Dec 2008):

    I love it! I take photographs of my feet as well... I love showing where I've been through photographs like this..

  • ~Tizy ~

    ~Tizy ~ gave props (30 Dec 2008):

    EMo :)) . Nice. Fav

  • ~Tizy ~

    ~Tizy ~ gave props (30 Dec 2008):

    EMo :)) . Nice. Fav

  • Clara B.

    Clara B. gave props (26 Jan 2009):

    haha great contrast

  • John Gresham

    John Gresham gave props (26 Jan 2009):

    cool pov.

  • Al Gieryna

    Al Gieryna gave props (18 Feb 2009):

    Ah, the wonderful amazing ginko tree. It is my favorite tree, we have one at our place. Cool photo.

  • Mykola Swarnyk

    Mykola Swarnyk gave props (21 Feb 2009):

    Very good! Ginkgo leaves...

  • Joan Nichols

    Joan Nichols gave props (5 Mar 2009):

    My kind of shot! The ground ALWAYS tells a story. Your Ginkgo leaves capture a brief moment in fall. These leaves completely fall from the tree within 24 hours... A few bright yellow leaves linger...only a few...if that.

  • Michael F. OBrien

    Michael F. OBrien said (22 Oct 2009):

    Not a stupid tree. You get the mess over in one day! Loved the golden coat of leaves on the streets and sidewalks of Seoul, South Korea. At least one fall the Minister of Culture ordered the street sweepers to not sweep up the beautiful leaves for a few days. We had one thousand year old ginkyos in Korea. I had a ginkyo planted in my mother's back yard in Iowa and the school children used to visited it in the fall.

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