Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Watery Wednesday #94

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This is another one of my favorite shots. I can't believe I got up early one foggy morning and raced out of the house with my camera to go up to the lake specifically to get some foggy pictures. I love the "mood" that fog creates, especially in black and white.

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38 comments:

Snap said...

Wonderful moody, misty, foggy photo!!!!!!

Carolyn Ford said...

It looks like a few folks were up and out even earlier than you! This is a wonderfully moody photo.

Katie said...

Looks like a nice place to just do... to do whatever!

Katie :)

Riet said...

What a wonderful foggy photo

A New England Life said...

I really enjoy a good fog photo. It does take determination to get out there first thing in the morning, but the payoff is worth it!

NatureFootstep said...

I love these foggy photos too. It is something special about them.

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful and mystical! Immediately I thought of "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest Hemingway!

Lyndsey said...

I've done that before, got up at the crack of dawn to get the photo of a swan in the steamy water! It's worth it though, look at your shot, it's beautiful!

Denise said...

A lovely foggy scene, and well worth getting up early to get this great shot.
An English Girl Rambles

Pam said...

Thank you for rising so early just so we could enjoy this beautiful scene, 2Sweet.
The fog does set a wonderful mood, doesn't it.

Arija said...

Fog certainly is a great photographic subject whether it is sombre or moody, valley fog with the early sun gleaming off it or frightening in a lonely graveyard with tombstones looking at one. Yours is so tranquil with the early fishermen silently dipping their oars.

eileeninmd said...

What a great title "Fishing in the fog" is just wonderful. Loved th photo, well worth getting up early.

☺lani☺ said...

i like the mood... so foggy!

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Meditative tranquility...

Ruth said...

Lovely photo of fog and mist. Loved the calmness and the tranquility.


BTW, I don't see Mr. Linky for this week :-)

AL said...

I love the foggy scene, wonderful!

Ebie said...

Gloomy but romantic! I wish I could get up that early!

My Memories and Crystals said...

I love this place too. It's cool!

carolina mts said...

Fantastic fog photo! We don't get fog much here!

lina@happy family said...

Perfect !

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

You get extra credits if you aren't really a morning person, and it sounds like you aren't. Beautiful.

Linnea W said...

Well worth getting up early for!

tinasphotoblog said...

It´s a great mysterious photo! :)

Lindz said...

love the effect of the soft black and white

Icy BC said...

The photo looks so mysterious!

Lucka said...

Wonderful foggy shot!

Loui♥ said...

beautiful!
thanks for sharing..
Loui♥

Spiderdama said...

Great shot in the fog!
Wish you a nice evening:-)

Rubz said...

such a great shot!

Euroangel said...

have wonderful month of July!

George said...

I really like this photo. It's very moody and beautiful.

SRQ said...

Wonderful capture. It sets such a mood!

PERMANENT POSIES said...

Is this photo of yours changed to black and white or is that the actual color. It is so lovely. I am an oil painter and it made me want to paint it. There are so many awesome photographers in the bloggy world and I want to paint them all. But yours, I actually had a plan as soon as I saw it. Would you give me permission to paint it?

Mike B. said...

Nice site! Mine isn't exactly of a LOT of water, but water it is! www.slugyard.com

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

I love your water shots, but my favorite is the water on the rocks in your header.

dancingmatilda said...

what a lovely scene....i would love to be able to get out and see the world like this again, after all this is what inspired me most about photography after all my travelling.

Regina said...

Excellent and misty one.

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