made clear in the fog

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me in the passengers seat with camera close by
a morning of surreal light enveloped the city
fog is very unusual in my neighborhood

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I saw the answer to a question that had been in the back of my mind...
"should I begin another photo project for a new year?"

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Red or Gray Black & White
will be a simple blog
using little or no post processing
as the images become clear
just what i see

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29 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

Wow .. if it keeps going like this were are in for a feast. These photographs are simply lovely. I thought the top one was terrific but they just kept in coming.

Marius said...

Looks like a horror movie ...

margieandkath said...

it was a dark and stormy morning.

Jewels said...

Very nice! i love your new header also!

Tracy said...

Mesmerizing, Elk... like stills from a film... very magical! And your new banner is beautiful--very playful! :o) Happy Day ((HUGS))

cinner said...

Hi Elk, beautiful. it could be a movie. I too like your new header. Great job. Take care.

beth said...

these images are just amazing!!! I am going to love this!! oh, I also love pictures from the passenger seat!!!

Char said...

all are gorgeous but the first and last made me gasp in their beauty

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Oliag said...

Oh so beautiful..love the feeling of movement and coldness and winter this gives me...and I love the idea of your new B&W blog...Thank-you dear elk...

S. Etole said...

ELK ... stunning ... just stunning

marinik said...

uhh that last shot is so mysterious, i love it :)

Christina said...

love love these. i adore b&w.
i adore you!
xo

spread your wings said...

isn't it amazing how the fog can make the most everyday scene look so mysterious and quiet.
love these photos.

neva gagliano said...

these are great.
cameras make every season of seeing more wondrous.
i now crave weather changes, like fog and snow and ice...because of the camera's eye.

Kimmie said...

your new blog is really really cool ..... I love the "as is" quality of it.

beth said...

oh how lucky you are to have the fog, too...

isn't it, in the strangest way, really refreshing and soft and pure ?

Country Girl said...

I love fog images. These are beautiful. Can't believe they were shot from a car window!

SE'LAH... said...

we had quite a foggy morning yesterday. these are beautiful pics.

georgia b. said...

i just discovered your amazing black and white blog! thanks for stopping by and commenting so that i could find out about it. i knew you had something brewing, because i saw your comments on emma tree about your new project. i absolutely love it! i have a button on my sidebar for black and white photography, but i've found i've gotten away from it and have recently been inspired to do more from all the images i've been seeing on flickr.

your black and whites are incredible, elk! wow! so artistic. may i feature one of them on my "...shhhh" blog with a credit and link to you?

my favorite one in this post is the first. absolutely LOVE it!

maccandace said...

Photos shot in the fog are so mysterious and moody, very nice. We seldom have fog in AZ so I've never shot it.

AscenderRisesAbove said...

lots of fog in this area these days. looking forward to checking out your new blog.

Jeanne Klaver said...

As many as you want, Elk...I'll be there.

myletterstoemily said...

i love how these photos are filled with mist and
spookiness. so lovely and intriguing.

Kellee said...

Love the simplicity of the black and white. So lovely.

Renee Howell said...

you live in a wonderful land of beautiful trees.

grinning with the trees.

Gayle at Planet M Files said...

These images are so ethereal and lovely. I'm going to go and add your new blog to my feed reader now!

patty said...

BEAUTIFUL! can't wait to follow! :)

Jac said...

Wow Elk! I love these b&w images. I really love the fog because it makes everything look so beautiful and I love trees so these are perfect images with such a lot of atmosphere. I am so excited to hear about your new b&w blog and will be heading across to look later.