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glow

Taken in front of our house this afternoon. After the surprising snow fall last night every color source looks appealing to me. Fortunately, most of the snow melted again already, but it seems like quite an early start for winter.

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breath

The sun shone brightly today and filtered through the Ficus leaves next to my desk. I couldn’t resist to take some shots of back-lit leaves. You can clearly make out the stomata through which the plant breathes — technically it’s … Continue reading

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autumn

Autumn is slowly upping her game and blows the first leaves off the trees. When we were in New Hampshire last weekend, we saw the first strokes of her color work, even though it felt as if she tried to … Continue reading

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withering beauty

This morning on the Charles. It’s quite hard to keep something in focus that’s floating in water when gusts of wind whip up waves all the time, but with a bit of luck I was able to score this one.

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Leaves

Taken today at the Isar in Munich.

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