Too bad it’s a work day….
It’s a lovely, serene image, although now I’m wondering: have you ever had the chance to photograph a frog in fog? I suppose the fog wouldn’t be so noticeable in a photo of a frog, but the experience might be quite pleasant.
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In a way, yes. This was in the dark times 2013 BL. Kinda sorta fog and frog…just in two images.
It is more likely that I could do that if I got close enough to a frog with a wide angle lens at Moosehorn Pond where I can be at eye level. At Poor Farm Swamp I am stuck on a higher level. I do have a 15mm macro lens so it is doable. Thanks for the new challenge.
Nice shot dude
I love it when the atmosphere matches the condition of my brain.
On a clear day, your image would be a nice tree. On a Foggy Friday, it’s an ethereal mystery begging to be explored.
(What is a “work day”?)
One of the reasons I like photographing foggy landscapes is that, like you apparently, I am in a constant fog. Ha! I wish I needed to ask that same question. At 74 I should be happily retired but I’m still working away although fewer hours than I used to. I like our quality of life and although it is by no means luxurious it is comfortable enough.
A mysterious and beautiful image, Steve!
Thanks, Peter. I hoped it wouldn’t be too obviously a golf course.
Is it Frog Friday or Fog Friday?
Linda and I sort of had the same conversation and I have a new challenge. If you click the link in my comment to her you’ll see that I did at one time combine the two…just not in one image.
You work, the fog works.
I’d rather the fog work for me which it often does.
“Misty morning, don’t see no sun…” Bob Marley just popped into my head! 🙂
Happy to bring that to mind, Eliza. 🙂
I would have a hard time going to work! I love the fog!
A morning like this does make it difficult to keep going.
Very Nice Fog Image Steve!!
Thanks, Reed! I’m always in a fog.
Next Fog Friday just call in sick!
I could get away with it but then I wouldn’t sleep well. I am fortunate that the folks I have been working for all these years appreciate my dedication to photography.
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