Monday

Fog on the New River


In nature, everything has a job. The job of the fog is to beautify further the existing beauties! 
― Mehmet Murat ildan

37 comments:

Dusty Lens said...

A "dreamy" photo, Fog adds mystery to this pretty scene.

Gudl said...

That photo has the feel of a painting!

Andrea said...

I think you is a great shot. Beautiful.

AG said...

I see nothing short in the composition here . . I like the way you have retained the mystery of the fog and the simple light of morning.

dot said...

What a beautiful shot! Love it!

Lynda Lehmann said...

It's a beauty of a photo! Yes, the light on the hill and the fog add interest--there's a lot to see here!

Thanks for your visit to my blog and for your enthusiasm. Nature makes us so rich! I love bark too, so we are kindred spirits!

Willard said...

It's a good photograph and there is nothing wrong with the composition for my taste. Fog often adds to a photograph as long as it is not too thick.

Catherine said...

It's a great shot..love the fog! I've been to the New River.
It is a beautiful shot!
Cat

photowannabe said...

Very nice elements and the sun on the fall leaves gives just the right boost to the stillness.

Me said...

I cannot complain about the composition of that shot, Kerri. The hillside covered in trees on the right, the water, the FOG... I like it!
Thanks,
Wayne

RuneE said...

Don't blame yourself without cause. It's the kind of picture I like!

Daniel J Santos said...

Beautiful image.

quintarantino said...

Just great. Wonderful.

Salty said...

The composition works for me. The fog adds considerably to the shot.

If it were my photo I would open it in Photoshop, select the mountainside and sky, darken slightly and boost contrast a little while leaving the remainder of the photo unchanged.

oldmanlincoln said...

Well the exposure is a little off but the picture is really nice and I would certainly be proud of it. Try to think of how the scene looked to your own eyes. If you saw more details in the distance than the picture shows then there is more detail in your picture that is either there or not there. Only you know that for sure.

But it is a magnificent shot and I would be satisfied with it.

Rurality said...

Very nice!

Rick said...

ok...I am smitten! (Did I just use that word in a sentence?) LOL!!..I love this shot!! I was hoping it would enlarge but it wont. This is the type of shot I wanted to get this year. You captured it perfectly!

Kerri said...

Rick - I think it will enlarge now...I just resaved the photo.

happyone said...

A really pretty scene and a great photo!

DeeMom said...

wow

Moi said...

oh the precious fog....i love it too :)

Rick said...

No thats what I'm "tawkin bout!" This is worthy of any portfolio Kerri..

Marie said...

I just love your photo today!
Have a nice Thanksgiving :o)

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Kerri. I think this is a beautiful view, one that appeals to me a lot. The fog just adds to the whole scene.

MedaM said...

I cannot say that I like fog because I don’t like it at all. But this photo is wonderful because of the light on the hill from the sun, because of the fall colors on the hill… the still water, because of the peace that I can feel while looking at this photo that make me relax.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

I think this is beautiful and to me, I wouldn't change a thing...

david mcmahon said...

As someone who grew up in Darjeeling (where I went to boarding school) and now lives in Melbourne, there is nothing better than a good fog picture.

I posted one of fog hiding a skyscraper at http://david-mcmahon.blogspot.com/2007/03/how-do-you-hide-skyscraper.html

Yours is a beautiful shot.

Lilli & Nevada said...

I think the photo has a mystical look to it, and when you look on the water there is like two different colors on the water.

Anonymous said...

what a majestic landscape, so suited to autumn
alek

Lynette said...

Oh, Kerri, this is a fantastic photograph. You've done the scene justice and then some. Thank you so much for seeing it posting it.

Mike said...

Love this shot Kerri. The new river has a lot of railroad history around it too, if it is the same "New River" that I am thinking of.

Great late fall shot.

Cloudscome said...

Beautiful! I love the lines and reflections, as well as the subtle colors.

Andrée said...

Why do we love fog so much? I am completely fogged in on the mountain this morning and I am in heaven. There is snow and ice all around so that nobody dares go out, and I couldn't be happier.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

That is a gorgeous shot!

JAM said...

Magnificent. A truly beautiful place and photo.

joey said...

Compliments on shooting an enchanting photo. Love the fog and mist rising from water.

Ms. Math said...

Your composition is wonderful - how could you think otherwise?! It's a breathtaking photo - I wish I could be there.

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