Friday flowers, the Sunday edit

The wild weather has kept me inside over the weekend; playing with the photos I took last week. I rather like this edit of the last gerbera.

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On little changes and the slow grasp of icy fingers

The last trace of autumn. Macro shot of dying orange leaves. Image: Su Leslie, 2016. Edited with Snapseed and Stackables.

The last trace of autumn. Image: Su Leslie, 2016. Edited with Snapseed and Stackables.

In the spirit of dialing back my tendency to over-edit, I’ve changed only the Stackables filter on this shot.

The last trace of autumn. Macro shot of autumn leaves. Image: Su Leslie, 2016. Edited with Snapseed and Stackables.

The last trace of autumn. Image: Su Leslie, 2016. Edited with Snapseed and Stackables.

The changes are subtle. The question is; do they alter perception and mood sufficiently to make them worthwhile?

The last trace of autumn. Macro shot of autumn leaves. Image: Su Leslie, 2016. Edited with Snapseed and Stackables.

The last trace of autumn. Image: Su Leslie, 2016. Edited with Snapseed and Stackables.

I feel the grip of winter increasing from the first to last shot. But I would, wouldn’t I?

This post was written for Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge at Lens and Pens by Sally.