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Macro Monday: Fall Leaves from the Archives

This is a very busy time for me at work, so I dusted off the archive folder and found some of my favorite macro images. Fall 2009 was one of the best years for fall color in recent memory. So this week – “Fall Leaves”.
Autumn leaves on a wooden table. A red oak leaf on a wooden bench. A close up of a red, orange and yellow leaf. A dried seed on top of a red leaf. A close up image of autumn leaves on a table. A close up of an orange and green leaf. A close up image of a red leaf.

9 thoughts on “Macro Monday: Fall Leaves from the Archives”

  1. Lovely shots! Thanks for the info on your camera too – I have no idea just LOVE taking pics but want a new camera – how much did your cost?? Thanks :-)

    1. Jacqueline D'Elia

      Thank you. You can check out the prices on Amazon. Follow the link on the MY CAMERA page.

  2. Toni - Signature Gardens

    Love the macro pics! Such amazing detail. I lost my camera somewhere last spring, so right now my iPhone is my camera. No macros for me till I get a new camera. I’ll just have to appreciate yours :-) I saw your previous post about the olive grove. We went to one in Wimberly last year and loved the tour and the olive oil. They also sell some yummy balsamic vinegar!

    1. Jacqueline D'Elia

      Sorry about your camera, but the iphone does take some pretty good photos. Problem for me is keeping my hands still when using it.

      Thanks for the tip. I haven’t been to Wimberly in years… so perhaps another Road Trip is in order.

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