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Back-lit leaves make extraordinary subjects
The translucence of leaves coupled with a profusion of veins and their symmetry makes leaves excellent subjects for back-lit photography. In addition to these attributes, their ever-changing colouration and texture provide unending photo-opportunity, even after they have been shed by the parent tree.

Back-lit leaves make extraordinary subjects
A dry Macaranga peltata leaf, fallen on the forest floor in the Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu, makes a perfect back-lit subject. Sunlight illuminates the fact that unlike most other leaves, the leaf stalk of this species is attached on the lower surface of the leaf and not on the base.