Uploaded: October 26, 2004 06:42:10


I was out photoraphing the fall colors when I noticed the naked trees mirrored in the water at the rivers edge. I was struck by the imagination that the trees were looking at themselves reflected in the water. It seemed that they were remembering the once vibrant leaves which used to grace their branches, but are now rotting beneath the ebb and flow of the river. It reminded me of the often used metaphor of Autumn (getting old) and the impending Winter (dying). So, I clicked the shutter and


Mary L. Lemley November 07, 2005

Now this is a photo which tells a story. An art form that one can attain much satisfaction in knowing that, just you and your camera and your "eye" made!!!! "WINNER" Mary Lemley #339890

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