Saturday, May 28, 2011

Saturday Morning Fog!

“Sits in a foggy cloud, and stays for me.”
                            William Shakespeare




That is exactly what this black bird did. It was so foggy I did not know if I could capture it. I did a little tweaking to bring out the image. You can see the faint image of the trees in the back round. I think it worked well. I usually never tweak any of my photos but I thought this one needed a little punch.



     
  Later.

30 comments:

  1. Oh! I like it! It feels a little mysterious! :)
    I think you 'tweaked' it very nicely.

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  2. beautiful, really beautiful. you take awesome pictures.

    i loved #11 below also.

    you sure are having a "foggy" time.

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  3. We had fog here last night and this morning it's overcast with that 'damp' feeling in the air.
    You picture is a perfect way yo descibe the day. Maa

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  4. Now that is some heavy duty fog!
    Love the photo, great job!

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  5. Now THAT is what you call fog! Great photo!

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  6. Nice shot! It looks like a scene out of a Alfred Hitchcock movie.

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  7. "Never More Quoth the Raven

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  8. Good of the blackbird to pose for you. He made a great shot and you were there with the camera to catch it.

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  9. Great shot. What a fog. It has been like that most of the spring here. Kind of an erie photo. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. What a great capture! I love the stark black and white.

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  11. What fun.
    The high ISO provided you with a built-in texture.

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  12. I love the very faint trees in the background and the bird that "stayed".

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  13. What a fabulous image! Evokes spooky thoughts, for certain!

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  14. I can feel the moisture of the fog on my skin in that photo!

    Another thing we have in common - too busy in life to tweak photos so we gotta get it right the first time :)

    But I will admit I have to go back sometimes and tweak the exposure!

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  15. Dear B* a very nice shot and artistic, you should frame this with black it will bring out the ost out of this pcture and if you have 3 more similar to this you could frame them as well and put 4 of them on the wall as your are painting your home newly. Good work*

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  16. Belo regosto...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  17. Beautifully haunting and spectral.

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  18. Edgar Allen Poe would be so proud of this shot. Not a raven, I know, but the feeling is certainly there!

    Thanks so much for sharing your photo with us at YSB, B. I truly appreciate it!

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  19. I love silhouettes and this one is perfect B!

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  20. I really, really like that!

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  21. A very familiar sight in our neck of the woods. Lots of fog, moisture, humidity and rain. Great shot!

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  22. Such a great shot of the fog! I don't know how birds can even see to fly in it :D

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  23. Nice shot! Fog is great for moody photos, and your tweaking produced a fine image!

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  24. This is such a wonderful photo buttons! Yes, I can ever so vaguely see the trees in the background now that you mention it. Well done, I really like how they are barely there.

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