08.21.2019 Foggy Curve on Old Main Street, Dana

Fog was what attracted me on Sunday morning.  A lot more presented itself but I get excited when my visibility is reduced.  🙂


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 08.21.2019 Foggy Curve on Old Main Street, Dana

  1. Ahhh… I can hear the quiet.

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  2. Your last sentence suggested something R-rated but I’ll stick to nature photography and agree that fog is an enticing element in portraying a landscape.

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    • Not at all in my imagination as I composed the post. That’s surprising since I work with a couple of guys who try to make everything R- or even X-rated. Hard to have a conversation with them in that way.
      My excitement is entirely artistic although art can be r-rated too.


  3. I’d love to be walking down that road, what a great foggy scene. And probably the quietest-looking Main Street I’ve seen!

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    • I imagine that even when there was a human population in Dana the street was pretty quiet even with the old cars and their not very quiet exhausts. The gate roads are fairly well maintained, but some of the others are now woody paths. All make for a nice hike or amble.

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  4. bluebrightly says:

    I like the light off to the right, and of course, the curve of the road. Old Main Street? I like it!

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  5. shoreacres says:

    This arch is rather different from your previous one, but I like it. The way the branches cross the top of the photo results in a more rectangular framing: a nice complement to the curve of the road. The bright white patch at the right is a little distracting; when I covered it up with my hand, I was surprised to see how the white tree at the bend in the road really popped.

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    • I considered cropping the right a bit to eliminate some of the larger expanse of fog but decided to keep it to add the sense of that element. These are sometimes hard calls. I did make several portrait mode shots as I walked to road but not here. I dodged that birch tree to add to it’s impact.
      I find the top of this image more relaxed than the previous. Most likely it’s the strong light and color in that one where this is a bit more dreamy.

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