08.06.2021 Fog Friday

From a nice foggy morning walk in North Quabbin.

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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26 Responses to 08.06.2021 Fog Friday

  1. Ms. Liz says:

    That’s a pretty place to wander a path, especially in the mystical mist.

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  2. Beautiful! Good thoughts follow.

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  3. Todd Henson says:

    Ah, yes! Another of those magical photos that easily transports me to a different location, with the anticipation of what wonders might be found just ahead through the fog.

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    • I can tell you what wonders. More of the same which is not a complaint. Every step brought a slightly different view of the same phenomenon as the fog lingered for quite a way. That’s one of the nice things about walking in a watershed. Once a mist or fog develops it covers quite a bit of ground. Thanks, Todd!


  4. It has the look of a painting.

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  5. junymond says:


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  6. Eliza Waters says:

    Lovely and mysterious… a bit of a Hudson School look to it.

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  7. bluebrightly says:

    Oh, so lovely, Steve. The colors are delicious and the play between the finely detailed leaves and the mysterious, thick-looking fog ahead is just wonderful. I could look at this for hours.

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  8. Leya says:

    So lovely – on my walll it would hang if I were you.

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  9. Very nice Steve! Great image!


  10. Ann Mackay says:

    Very mysterious… 🙂

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  11. shoreacres says:

    This does have a painterly quality: Hudson River School, maybe, or English. The scale is different, but the light and the colors have a lot in common with both. It looks so cool and refeshing. I’m heartily sick of this heat, and having to work in it; it’s exhausting, and I can’t manage more than 6-8 hours in it. I’ve not even been inclined to get out in the weekend heat with the camera. I need September!

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    • To borrow a British term, I am ‘chuffed’ anytime something of mine is compared to the Hudson River School and just as much so with the British landscape painters and there are a few British photographers who produce work similar to the painters and whom I admire as well. I am glad this shot may have provided a tiny bit of relief to your weather. Although not the Texas muggies we are having a spell of our own. I’d suggest getting out in the early morning but I bet even then it is oppressive.

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      • shoreacres says:

        Sometimes it’s far worse in the morning. The temperature may only be 80F or so, but the humidity can be above 95%. Sometimes the heat index actually drops mid-day, as things dry out a bit.

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      • I can understand that. Often when I check the weather on a foggy morning it does indeed show the humidity in the 90’s so I bet the heat index would be unbearable if our temps were 80 or higher.


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