Saturday, 19 October 2013

Green & Brown

The other day a went to photograph some leaves for my blog. The reason was that it had rained when I was at school doing work. I had a big chance to get some strange wet photos after school. When some of you went to Findlays party you might remember this shrub if not you don't need to worry because I have took a photo of this shrub. 

It is really easy to tell you what I like about this photo, but any way I will tell you. I absolutely love this photo because you can see the bright red stork and then it joins with the slim leaf. If you notice it looks like part of the leaf has been cut with the rain drops. As I said earllyer if you saw this shrub it has got miles bigger since the party walk. 

If I was a famous photographer do you think people would like it or not, because I have not a clue and I am not a good judge so do you think you could help me there.   

I bet you are thinking what I am going to put for this next photo. Because the evil clouds rained, this leaf may look nice and dry but actually it is nice and wet. There are many types of leafs in the UK. The leaf looks like it is camouflaged on the ground.


  1. Two lovely shots Harley. I can see what you're 'seeing' in the first one, maybe a tighter crop would help to emphasise the water droplets more?
    It's like all things in life, you can never please everyone all of the time, but stick with it, and more importantly take the photographs that please you, as I'm sure you've got what it takes to one day be a great photographer.

    I guess there'll be no shortage of colourful leaves for you to photograph over the next few[;o)

  2. very nice macro shots...the leaf in the second one really does look to be camouflaged.

  3. Wonderful leaf photos... you are most welcome to share them with I Heart Macro too:-)

  4. Both photos are very beautiful and excellently done ~ very creative ~ carol ^_^

  5. Jim is Uncle Dim if you remember. with all your skills with the camera can you make all the family look good. so proud of you. keep it going. see you soon