09.23.2017 More Fog

No matter the weather, every morning starts a beautiful new day…some more than others, though.  🙂

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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15 Responses to 09.23.2017 More Fog

  1. Gallivanta says:

    Superb scenes at the break of day.


  2. These two are fantastic, Steve, especially the second one. A beautiful and vibrant sky above the low lying fog, trees as a stand-out feature and, a natural reflection pool in the foreground to catch the viewer’s eye. This one would make a very nice print.

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  3. Gotta hand it to the reflection in the second picture. I’d’ve gone for that too. Did you do any takes in which the bright cloud got reflected in the part of the pond nearest to the camera?


    • No. I had been off in the hay field and only got this at the last moment before the light began fading. I didn’t consider that little one and have to admit that I was a little preoccupied by something I had stepped in while in the meadow.


  4. shoreacres says:

    That second photo is wonderful. Seeing the reflection as a keyhole led to quite an illusion. Looking “through” it, I see the land as a thin layer sandwiched between the sky and whatever lays beneath. If I focus halfway between the reflection and the trees, the illusion grows stronger — it’s like finding a star in the sky by looking off to the side rather than directly at it.

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    • That’s an interesting comparison and not one I would have thought. Peripheral vision is a valuable asset but I usually try for just the opposite effect in my photography so appreciate you adding that to the conversation.

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  5. A pretty start to the day, for sure, and wonderfully captured by you. That and whatever you stepped in 🙂

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  6. Todd Henson says:

    Really beautiful, serene images, Steve. I always love the pastel quality fog can give these early morning colors. And I also find amazing how a slightly different perspective and a small passage of time can create such different images from the same location.

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    • Thanks, Todd. Yes, light is fleeting and just a small movement can really alter a composition. Lately, as I have been shooting trees…soon to be shared…just a whisker can change what adds or subtracts from the view. Stray branches, bright light through the canopy.


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