View 65: Tree in Fog

"Derive happiness in oneself from a good day's work, from illuminating the fog that surrounds us." -- Henri Matisse

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20 Responses to View 65: Tree in Fog

  1. Gerry says:

    That’s spring in the north country, isn’t it – as the frost lets go of the land and the ice lets go of the water. Soon, soon.


  2. rvewong says:

    Nice moody photo with a great caption.


  3. Robin says:

    Beautiful capture. And the quote is great. 🙂


  4. Laurie says:

    Beautiful foggy landscape. The gentle silhouette of the tree is wonderful.


  5. Krystal says:

    Love the picture – and yay for quoting an Impressionist! 🙂 (well, technically he was an Expressionist but that is splitting hairs…)


  6. Mitch says:

    I’m obviously going blind, as I thought that originally said “tree in FROG”. lol Nicely done.


  7. Carsten says:

    It’s simply beautiful.
    I like this blue world.


  8. wildphotography says:

    Great feeling and great composition! It definitely pays to get out during “interesting” weather.


  9. Nice image. I love fog and the mood that it brings. Fog seems soft and gentle due to its low contrast. It removes sharp lines and shadows and hides the ugly. Fog also reminds me of macro shots by John Gerlach of insects covered with dew after a morning fog.


  10. montucky says:

    I love the feeling of that! A tree to the right, but to the left, the unknown!


  11. This tree is in a field not far from my home. You’ll be seeing more of this tree in the future.


  12. Anna Surface says:

    I really like fog photographs. Nice foggy capture, Scott, and wonderful quote.


  13. dalia says:

    this is just gorgeous! I love the colors and I love the feeling!!


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