Heidelberg,  Long time exposure,  Motion Blur

Autumn leaves

We are the end of a year with unexpected restrictions and new dangers. A walk with friends out in the forest with their dog with a lot of distance between them feels uncomfortable. Time puts its stamp on you wether you want it or not. The feeling of an unstoppable acceleration is spreading.

There is a well where the dog finds some fresh water. Behind the well broken stones and an old tree.

Strolling through autumn forest © Julian Köpke

There are less and less leaves on the trees, so that the forest becomes more and more monotous. A few trees and bushes still have yellow, green and even some red leaves. These splashes of colors are are transformed by deliberate camera movement into areas of color and luminous islands that cheer up.

 

Strolling through autumn forest © Julian Köpke
Strolling through autumn forest © Julian Köpke
Strolling through autumn forest © Julian Köpke
Strolling through autumn forest © Julian Köpke

I like to make things visible the naked eye isn't able to see. That's part of my profession as a radiologist, too.

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