Weekly Photo Challenge: One

Weekly Photo Challenge: Onefrosty leaf

One hoar frost covered leaf.

10 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: One

  1. such clarity and beauty in this winter image!

  2. jakesprinter says:

    Stunning 🙂

  3. Rick Diffley says:

    Some really nice images!

    Pleased to hear & see my take “10 shots, 1 subject” technique was helpful.

    First shot is vert good. Sharp focus, good detail with the leaf, & the background is blurred which makes the eye focus on the leaf. One thing, there is a branch (that is out of focus) running across the front of the image. In the future, try to avoid such distractions. Either move to a different position or physically move it.

    • Jessie says:

      Thanks for visiting, and yes I agree – the branch is distracting. Unfortunately I didn’t notice it until I was looking at my images on the computer.

  4. Katie Sal says:

    Ohhhhh…h-o-a-r! I always wondered why someone would name something so beautiful with something so, um, not (whore). Homophones, gotta love ’em.

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