Posts Tagged ‘fog’

Photo Friday: Night Landscape

October 13, 2017

Landscape photography is photographing a space in which the space itself becomes the subject.  The space can be as vast as a desert or ocean, or miniature like the head of a pin.  It just has to be a space.

Today’s picture was taken off the top of the Casco Bay Bridge.  I took it at night as a fog rolled in.

Old Port Fog

First Look Photo: Isolation

June 21, 2017

According to NYIP there are three criteria for any good photograph; a clear subject, a way to focus on the subject, and to simplify it for the subject.  Nothing helps obtain all three of these more than a good fog, like today’s photograph.

Marina in the FogI call this one Marina in the Fog.

Photo Friday: The Web Exposed

August 12, 2016

Spider webs are all around us, some are hard to see, and others are easy.  Foggy days have the tendency to expose all spider webs, and the intricacies of their design.

Yesterday morning, on my way home, the fog was just beginning to lift, and I saw some beautiful webs, like today’s photo.  This web was attached to an iron fence right outside of work, and I couldn’t resist the beauty of the droplets on each strand.

Spider web 2