09.24.2021 Fog Friday

As frog season winds down fog season picks up…at least here on the blog.

This past Sunday was thick and dark making for some nice moody shooting. I worked on this from three sides and liked this view the better.

Many of the apple trees on Mount Pollux have died and the few left are not the healthiest they have been.  But their silhouettes make for nice images in the fog. At one time the hill was covered with them and many artists would visit to either paint or teach. There has been discussion about planting new trees to replace those passed but so far no movement.

So that’s it for home posting until this time next week. I’ll try to do some iPhone stuff and share it when I can. We’ll be in Bar Harbor and Acadia N.P. hoping for good weather.  Good weather, to a photographer, is not bright, sunny, cloudless days.  A little rain and fog on the rocky coast along with those sunny days will be welcomed.  We’ll see.

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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11 Responses to 09.24.2021 Fog Friday

  1. Ms. Liz says:

    Wishing you safe and happy travels! I like the sinuous shape of the apple tree in the fog.

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  2. You’re fortunate to have such frequent fog. (You’ve heard me say it’s a rarity in Austin.)
    Bon voyage, and happy photos.

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  3. Very nice Steve! Have a Great & Safe trip! Looking forward to seeing your images on the trip!

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  4. Todd Henson says:

    This is a very pleasant view and angle. I hope the trip has gone well, and I’m glad to hear you managed to get up there after the car troubles.

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