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Guest 06-Jan-2012 07:38
Lovely contrasts!
Guest 02-Feb-2009 22:56
love this one also..V
tomr-photos20-Jul-2006 04:05
Great light and texture!
Chris Sofopoulos27-Nov-2005 19:14
Roe ehh... This nicky52 had confused me all these months. I just was looking at your photos and they were exactly like Roe's but I couldn't imagine..
A bit late but I am glad you are back with your new nickname.
Ana Carloto O'Shea24-Nov-2005 12:43
Super textures and lighting in this!
Ray :)22-Nov-2005 17:33
Makes you think that this form of nature has instinct too. We all like to be close to something.
Guest 21-Nov-2005 23:45
Two different feelings....the warm of the foliage and
the cold of the structure. Wonderful mix and feelings!
laine8221-Nov-2005 20:48
What amazing strength...both the vine & the shot. Beautiful varying shades, Roe.
Lee Rudd21-Nov-2005 19:42
yep.... the desperate attempt to hold onto the wonderful texture on the wall
J. Scott Coile21-Nov-2005 18:34
I love that touch of Boston Ivy with the texture and color of the BG! Beautiful light.
Guest 21-Nov-2005 12:16
Grandchildrens' kisses filling her grey wrinkles with sugar.As sunfilled butterflies persuading warmth from solemn autumn air.

Karen Stuebing21-Nov-2005 10:52
I like the softness yet textural quality and of course, the color. You managed to still find some fall color. Very nice.
fred_il21-Nov-2005 10:23
beautiful colors!
Chris21-Nov-2005 08:02
The light and shadows really make this pop off the screen. Nicely done :)
shatterbug21-Nov-2005 07:43
Great shot! Gorgeous light, nice shadows, and beautiful Fall color leaves! Love the texture on the wall too, makes for a high contrast image both in light and subject. V.
Bryan Murahashi21-Nov-2005 05:07
Great fall shot. Like how it traverses the frame.
Guest 21-Nov-2005 04:37
Opps I mean accentuates. Also I like the brown spots on the wall that mimic the shapes of the leaves.
Guest 21-Nov-2005 04:34
Roe, you must have just posted this. I was looking at your gallery when this popped up. Great light (as usual), I really like the texture of the wall against the (ivy?) branch. The light and exposure really acentuates the differences in texture.