Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 7 October 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.
Sometimes the fog was so thick you couldn't see anything.
Nikon D700 1/160 second F/10.0 ISO 200 70 mm (35mm equiv.)
Jolie ces couleurs sur ce fond
7 Oct 2010 5:37am
You've caught that wonderfully odd color that shows up in the fog...when you CAN see. Beautifully captured!
7 Oct 2010 5:44am
A superb honeysuckle in a splendid setting. Magnificent shot. Good day.
7 Oct 2010 6:44am
I can feel that mist permeating every fibre of my being-shiver!
7 Oct 2010 6:51am
A lovely peaceful scene
7 Oct 2010 6:57am
Very beautiful. Like the tones and the rocky background.
7 Oct 2010 7:33am
Foreground = life.
Background = fog/dead.
7 Oct 2010 10:36am
7 Oct 2010 11:35am
But it does make for a nice foil in this shot! Well seen and captured Jack! ;-)
7 Oct 2010 12:00pm
7 Oct 2010 12:03pm
The vivid plant life makes a good subject against the fog. Works for me.
7 Oct 2010 12:06pm
Beautiful shot including the background.
7 Oct 2010 12:08pm
I like the background. Muted atmosphere.
7 Oct 2010 12:11pm
7 Oct 2010 12:17pm
The tone and clarity is magnificent. I feel as though I am actually there.
I like the background rock form in the fog.
7 Oct 2010 1:20pm
I can see those lovely flowers and the fog creates a beautiful atmosphere in the background.
7 Oct 2010 2:07pm
Nice colors in the plants fading into the fog into the distance
7 Oct 2010 2:13pm
Love the composition, colours and the fog in the background...
7 Oct 2010 2:15pm
Nice contrast between warm colors and the fog. Gorgeous shot!
7 Oct 2010 3:12pm
so peaceful - silence in the midst of the flowers - with the hills in the backround. Lovely.
7 Oct 2010 4:08pm
@Becky: those are sea stacks
Nice contrast between the flowers and the background !
7 Oct 2010 6:07pm
Nice closeup, great colors.
7 Oct 2010 6:10pm
7 Oct 2010 6:25pm
Very beautiful picture!
7 Oct 2010 7:04pm
I like the yellow tendancy of the picture with this mountain which give the impression to be yet on holidays
7 Oct 2010 7:17pm
@kerfendal: it's a sea stack, not a mountain
The focus on the honeysuckle is perfect which makes the misty backdrop seem like its in a different world.
7 Oct 2010 7:27pm
Beautiful! I love how the plant stands out against the background. Lovely colours and light as well
7 Oct 2010 7:35pm
The fog just intensified you colors, Jack. The background could be in the Guilin province of China!
7 Oct 2010 7:39pm
7 Oct 2010 8:51pm
very great capture
7 Oct 2010 9:20pm
Very beautiful, strong colors.
7 Oct 2010 9:38pm
Nice soft light.
7 Oct 2010 9:40pm
The rich color of the blooms against the fog is just wonderful.
7 Oct 2010 10:00pm
FKMJ took the words right out of my mouth. The fog also acts as a nice "detractor" keeping the attention on the floral blooms, while still subtly revealing the mountain of the background.
8 Oct 2010 1:05am
Really nice! Photographing in the fog is like being inside a giant softbox!
8 Oct 2010 1:20am
this is just beautiful :)
8 Oct 2010 1:47am
Jack, this is pretty spectacular. Yes (to answer your Flickr question) I do love autumn though it's pretty much over now up here. A wee bit of colour left on the occassional tree, but nearly all the leaves are on the ground now.
Anyway, I really like this a lot, especially with the foggy background.
PS: I'm away from Friday for the Thanksgiving weekend. See you on Tuesday.
8 Oct 2010 3:11am
That is gorgeous. The misty mountains really make it for me.
8 Oct 2010 3:30am
The dof here really adds to this amazing image, superb.
8 Oct 2010 3:33am
I can see the flowers! ;-) Cool!
8 Oct 2010 11:34pm
Gorgeous deep colors against the fog.
9 Oct 2010 2:06pm
This is fantastic, Jack. Love the bright colors against that muted background.
9 Oct 2010 7:52pm
10 Oct 2010 6:04am
Beautiful capture...nice sense of exotic ...lovely colors
10 Oct 2010 6:42am
"Sometimes the fog was so thick you couldn't see anything." But you can see just enough. I love how the flowers mimic the shape of the sea stacks(?) behind them in the fog. It's a wonderful composition and juxtaposition.
11 Oct 2010 7:29pm
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