10.09.2020 Layered Valley Fog

Although there was some color in the sky, as you saw in yesterday’s post, the overlapping hills and valleys were filled with fog and I thought that was more interesting on its own. This particular composition is similar to others I have done but each time is a little different.

I considered converting this to Black and White but decided that I liked the subtle color n spots.

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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12 Responses to 10.09.2020 Layered Valley Fog

  1. You’ve shown you like alliterated post titles that mention the day of the week, like yesterday’s Silent Sunday. I’ve recently been thinking about adding available letters by crossing language barriers. If you’re willing to do that, this post could be called Layered Lundi (French) or Layered Lunes (Spanish). D becomes available with Dienstag or Donnerstag (German for Tuesday and Thursday).

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  2. bluebrightly says:

    I like that subtle color, too. Love those layers!

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  3. Eliza Waters says:

    Love the zigzag layers and the near monochrome of blue/gray-greens. I think you are wishing we were back in October? It’s 11/9, not 10/9, 😉 but if not for the election nightmare, I’d go back to October, too. The weather was so nice!

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    • We are still stuck in a bit of a nightmare so going back might not be much worse. And I definitely did not get enough autumn color. I enjoy shooting this view and will do so again…maybe following an ice storm.


  4. shoreacres says:

    I’m glad you didn’t turn to black and white for this. I think the color helps to emphasize the zig-zag pattern of the hills, and adds to the contrast with the fog. It’s certainly a fine image.

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    • Thanks, Linda. I might have been able to give more definition to the alternating layers in monochrome but wanted to keep it somewhat as I saw it and having the slight bit of color did that for me.


  5. I’m so glad you didn’t convert to black and white. Subtle color can be so good, as this photograph shows.

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