"THE INTROVERT VERSUS THE EXTRAVERT FALL DIPTYCH" by Roger Hammons
Chasing the Fall color in northeastern USA and Canada was great fun, even though the trip turned out to be a bit premature for peak color.
I love this capture, an abstract image of colorful leaves reflected impressionistically in the rippling waters of a Vermont woodland pond. In this scene, I was drawn to the interplay between the evergreen tree on the left and the maple tree on the right. Together, the reflections of these two trees form a kind of diptych, each side presenting a similar splattering arrangement of colorful tree limbs, but differing rather emphatically in the spectrum of colors presented.
The "introvert" (evergreen tree) is a quiet green, while the "extravert" (maple tree) is conspicuous in its rainbow of bright reds, yellows, and oranges.
Different strokes for different folks!