Plate Full of Autumn
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Plate Full of Autumn Anthony & Fumie, Fall 2008 -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D700 + Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 @ 70 mm — 1/2500 sec, f/2.8, ISO 200 — full exif
Plate Full of Autumn
Anthony & Fumie, Fall 2008

One day last fall, Anthony came back from playing in the park with Fumie, carrying a hand full of stuff he'd found lying around the park. Fumie dumped it into a shallow bowl and sat it on a little table in the living room in front of a sun-facing window.

All season it sat there, and I loved it. I hope they do it again this year.

(If I had any guts, I'd try some of the amazing abstract-nature-macro photography that Dan Sroka makes look so easy and natural. Luckily I don't have a macro lens, so I don't need to look further for an excuse.)


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What a timely post… tonight after work in the failing light, I went out to the back yard with my tripod and 100mm Macro (you should get one… really!) taking focus stacks of my sumac tree that looks like it’s on fire with bright reds and yellows. I only hope the weather holds for the weekend so I can catch it and the rest of the neighborhood in the daylight before everything turns to an ugly brown.

— comment by JasonP on October 23rd, 2009 at 8:28am JST (8 years, 2 months ago) comment permalink

Simple and beautiful. I like the shadows on the dish and of course the DOF which makes the background velvety soft.

— comment by Karen from Florida on October 24th, 2009 at 4:34am JST (8 years, 2 months ago) comment permalink

Hey, want to borrow my Zeiss 100 while I’m gone? Seriously.

— comment by Zak on October 24th, 2009 at 7:58am JST (8 years, 2 months ago) comment permalink
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