Green, yellow, and orange on Fujifilm Velvia 50

The trees changed color slowly this autumn, often first frosting their tips in red, yellow, and orange while the underlying leaves remained green. This created arresting views all over town.

Along the section of Kessler Boulevard that I filmed last autumn stands a big Presbyterian church with a grand maple beside its parking lot. I bollixed the focusing on my photo of the whole tree, but the close-up shots sure turned out, crisp and colorful.

Orange green red
In transition
Red orange


6 responses to “Green, yellow, and orange on Fujifilm Velvia 50”

  1. Carole Grey Avatar
    Carole Grey

    I’ve seen photography art for sale that wasn’t as well done. Nice.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Seriously? Then I question the art value of what you’ve seen before!

      1. Joe shoots resurrected cameras Avatar

        Nah, just question people’s taste ;)


  2. Carole Grey Avatar
    Carole Grey

    It’s been limited exposure but the artists well considered in the field. Personal preference is your representation.

  3. Nancy ( Roe ) Stewart Avatar
    Nancy ( Roe ) Stewart

    Carole is right ! You have captured my favorite season beautifly ! They are every bit as good as many photo prints that i’ve seen for sale and I would have no problem hanging one on my wall. Good work !

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Oh, thank you, Nancy! I guess I should just shut up and take the compliment now.

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