There's not really much of a story behind today's post; basically, I went out this afternoon and took a bunch of photos of the leaves floating in the pond behind our office. I wish I'd grabbed my polarizing lens, as I think it would have made a nice difference with the reflections in a few of the shots, but it didn't even occur to me to use it until an hour or so later. Ah well. C'est la vie.
I did my best to try a variety of angles, just to keep things from getting too boring:
I know that for the most part the leaves aren't incredibly colorful, but I liked the patterns and textures I saw as I worked my way around the water's edge:
In this last one, I particularly liked how the pine needles looked all clumped together as they floated just beneath the water's surface: