Thanks to Mike’s nice tree in fog post, I revisited this image from a number of years ago I took when out imaging trumpeter swans. Did a little bit more cropping and minor greyscale adjustments on my conversion for that froggy/foggy feel.
Thanks Mike, appreciate your words.Perfect combination of fog and depth of field. Well done!
That curve is what sold meDelightfully foggy! Excellent curving line transitions nicely from foggy to foggier !
Yes, that fade of depth of field was nice with the telephoto lens. Also I ama big fan of leading lines and shapes. Thanks for your nice comment.This is a perfect example of how a minimalistic shot can be made into an excellent shot. The fade from the foreground into the background with the s curve makes it such a cool and interesting shot. I really like this, very well done.
Thanks Bart!A marvellous abstract, Wade!
Just enough mystery because of the fog.
Excellent b&w work!
ThanksVery nice, like that curvy guardrail.
Thanks TerriI love it!
Have to make hay when your normal subjects aren’t at hand or grounded by fog. Usually I sat on this guardrail, but with the fog and light, it became my subject. Thanks Glenn.Wow...a combination of a curve and fog...great combination!