This image sums up the last few weeks of weather for me – foggy, damp and cold. I took this on my way home from work last week with only about an hour left of any daylight and the fog getting thicker by the minute, manually focused as the camera struggled. There were trees that I had never noticed before, all in beautiful silhouette because of the fog 🙂
27 thoughts on “Silhouettes in the fog…”
Really very nice and moody. Mystical
Thank you Rajiv 🙂
A beautiful winter ballet in the field . Each character plays a rich part.
Nice description 🙂
Ahhh so beautifully captured Lisa.
I really appreciate the comment – thank you Robyn 🙂
Pleasure Lisa… Its beautiful and the tiny details are wonderful!
I like this, Lisa. The silhouettes work well and are very beautiful, and their dissolving off into the mist adds to it. I might have gone down the wrong road here and made the sky darker – your leaving it white is a really good idea. Adrian
Glad you liked it and thank you as always 🙂
Great shot Lisa – Fog is very difficult to get right and you have nailed it – no detail necessary in the trees.
Thanks Robert, I was happy I was able to capture the mood of the afternoon.
As though you are looking back in time, great photo!
Thank you John, yes it does have a timeless look.
Thank you and for taking the time to comment 🙂
I like the layering in this, created by the fog. Almost like a double exposure. And as you so rightly say it has allowed trees in the foreground to stand out and not be lost in the clutter of the background. A very well seen shot Lisa
Thank you, much appreciated 🙂
eerie one 🙂
This is fabulous – and my favourite photographic conditions! The trees have lovely strong shapes, and all so different which adds interest. The composition is great and high contrast B&W the perfect choice. Beautiful!
Thank’s Noeline, I’m really glad you liked it – a compliment indeed 🙂
A shot with two objects at the opposing farside rarely works, I think.
But this one surely does. Even almost feels like an oriental painting. 🙂
Thank you, I can see that left hand tree gives it oriental feel 🙂
A remarkable image Lisa full of mystery and atmosphere; beautiful 🙂
Thank you very much Andrew 🙂
My pleasure 🙂