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On this particular day, these bare oaks and I found ourselves in a delightful fog. Most days I am alone in one but it was nice to have company.
From a local walnut grove
After several times looking at this tree, I finally got a foggy day to shoot it. It’s my first attempt with it and I am hoping to make a few more images, especially after a nice sticky snow, but fog … Continue reading
Just the oak leaves retain a bit of ruddiness in this otherwise monochrome foggy landscape at Atkins Reservoir in North Amherst. I would have preferred a slightly thicker fog to hide the posts in the background but otherwise like the … Continue reading
Whether that would be the correct term or not I am not sure, but I do know that sea smoke is a desirable condition while photographing the shore and ocean at Acadia N.P. I think it is well-adapted to inland … Continue reading
A re-edit from 2015. I had originally processed in B&W thinking that worked better but now I think I prefer the subtlety of the color. Another view from Enfield Lookout.
I was ambivalent about going out yesterday morning. The promised fog had dissipated and the overcast did not bode well for a nice sunrise or decent light. But I went out to see what I could see and see something … Continue reading