Monday, January 21, 2013

Through the fog...




The morning light brings a subtle beauty to the river, seen through the freezing fog along the river.


Everything is softened...


the colors seem muted and gentle.


The most ordinary scenes are almost poetic


and everything we see looks like an oil painting come to life.

Foggy winter mornings are my favorite for taking photos, 
something to be savored in silence.

4 comments:

Sharon Hermens said...

Hi, Sharyn. Fog isn't much fun to drive thru but I love the watercolor effect you captured with your camera. It's very ethereal. Love your pictures. Hope you are doing well.

Kristi said...

Oh Sharyn, I've felt lost in a fog lately. But you? You've made the fog a lovely thing--again, a welcome new perspective.

Jeri Landers said...

Sharon, your post below, "seeds in winter" was so beautifully written. So much was revealed in your words, they speak of your optimism, your faith, your belief in today AND tomorrow. I think you are pretty amazing. Not to mention the lovely artwork in your "Sunrise" piece below. Bless you!

Sara said...

Fog makes things soft and lovely. My favorite of these is the penultimate one.