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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by arrowood, Feb 14, 2013.
A couple of shots of couples walking by a canal in the fog.
Fog pictures aren't always easy but these are both very good in their colors and details. I particularly like your first. The sweeping curve in that river leads me right to the couple and the way the trees are bending over on both sides of the river as though creating archways give this picture so much depth. Beautifully seen, arrowood.
We don't get a lot of fog around here.
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Got this one also.
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Thanks BBW. Jhawker, I like how you've framed the tree with the fence in your second shot.
The weather forecast is for fog here tomorrow
I quite like your composition in this.
As an old film shooter, fog images, if done right, remind me of Agfa film. A very European look.
I'm not sure why, but I've found that the Fuji likes fog a lot. Great images
Mohonk Mountain House in January
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What a cool thread! (don't get much fog here either)
Ha, we dont get much fog in this part of the world either, but managed a couple recently. More of a mist rather than fog!
So glad you found your way here, JH and I really like your tree through the open gate image. As I posted on your Flickr page, I immediately thought of Magritte.
This is a thread filled with thought provoking images.
Adam, those pictures of Mohonk Mountain House...you and I have waaaaaay too much in common! What a fantastic place that is, though I haven't been up there for quite a few years. I had a bench placed on one of the trails in honor of my father after he passed on. He loved it there - "The place for the newly wed or nearly dead"...that used to be their saying. You were really socked in there weren't you?!
Geoff, I love your horse bending down in the fog. I don't know where you were but that's a beautiful image.