Yet another venture into studying forms which occur naturally in nature, I decided to observe the curves of fiddle-heads. I liked the very simple and clean curved structures of these young ferns and more importantly to see them juxtaposed against one another.
Because of a simple gut feeling, I chose to go with a sepia toning of this image. It just felt that it helped expressed the content more and provides a non-distracting background colouring to the scene. I will also add that flat lighting, due to an overcast day, also helped create this somewhat surreal background as well.
The photo was shot at Beaver Lake Park while taking the lake loop trail which should have taken 1 hour. But beware, if you are photographing; the trip will probably take 3 and 1/2 hours.