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Linking to Texture Tuesday
Pat…it’s beautiful light on beautiful foliage…all captured beautifully, too!
Wow! Light indeed! And such gorgeous light at that. This is lovely. And I’m loving the wonderful bokeh in the background, too!
oh that’s so beautiful. the light looks like it’s dancing on the leaves!!
Beautifully captured! 🙂
Beautiful lighting and love the texture.
What lovely light…wonderful capture!
Beautiful light and processing Pat.
For me, the gate/fence in the background just makes this so wonderful.
Have a great day!
Very beautiful! Oh, lisa wrote what I want to comment. Have a nice day.
it is beautiful.
Beautiful light and processing, a lovely Texture Tuesday shot.
Pat, would those be grape leaves? And have you ever used them at this stage for making dolmades which are like cabbage rolls but with grape leaves instead?
I have and they are great.
See what this photo started for me! Great light!
Jim, these are wild grapevines that grow on our fence. The birds love the tangled vines for shelter and eat the small fruit.
great light! greetings…
The light is just beautiful!
Gorgeous light and selective focus!
I have a wild grapevine over my shade garden, but no fruit as yet. This is lovely!
That’s a lovely shot – I really like how you have captured that lovely light.
Beautiful light and bokeh!
Perfectly pleasing … love green and iron fences. Beautiful
there is just something about grape leaves, and sun light!!! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
This is just so beautiful–lvove the simplicity of it, but it is also elegant at the same time.
Just perfect for Kim’s “light” challenge, Pat!
Beautiful! I like the way the sunlight lights up, and livens up the leaves! Wow.
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