Les,The last photo of the maple over the pond is breath taking. I once had a job where I got to watch and photograph 1500 Monarchs open their wings with the days first light!The word verification is unreadable...
Oh Les.Oh Les.So lovely.You are lucky.And so are we for having you share these wonderful images with us.
Ah Les, you are a master !
wow that last picture is SPECTACULAR
my favorite is the silhouette photo of the Palmatum.
Your photos are spectacular! Thanks for sharing! I'm sorry you don't want to share on Pinterest. Their loss.
Les, You have an enviable job!
The pictues with the golden autumn light are beautiful;the last one stunning. I can almost smell the fallen leaves.
Wow, this collection of photos is so impressive. I love the way you played with the sunlight and various colors of the leaves, great color contrasts and such a heavenly atmosphere! Well done Les, these photos definitely belong to my favorites!!
Wow, that last one certainly should be in the running for one of the "best of 2012" at the end of the year :-) Thanks for giving us a glimpse of what you saw, I'm sure only made more beautiful by crisp cool fresh air :-)
These are amazing. What brilliant color!
Simply lovely Les. You have a way with pictures. :) Our color came and went in a flash this year, but I did enjoy it.~~Dee
Yes, pretty great job. Gorgeous photos, I like the one under the tree looking up.
What gorgeous light and color! I especially love the reflection. You make me happy too.
Les, I’m so happy you are enjoying your new job so much. What is the tree in your Asia Morning photo?
I discovered you via gardeninacity and so glad I did. I spent over 15 years in ad agencies and these images would have duly impressed an art director.My favorite is the thin curtain of leaves masking the pine tree. Bravo on all of them.
WOW the last pic is a prize winner...allgreatshots!!
Those Japanese Maples are one of my favorite spots at the NBG. Im jealous you get to work there
What is the big red tree in the last picture? I need to know! lol
Breathtaking. What a fabulous place to work.
Thanks everyone for the really positive comments. Sometimes I come across the combined circumstances of light, place and time - and I have remembered my camera - I know the photos will come out well. To those of you who asked the tree in the last photo is a Japanese maple (Acer palmatum). I am not sure if it was a special cultivar, but it was indeed special.Les