Tuesday, November 24, 2015

In A Fog

Trees In A Fog 
Lewistown Area, PA 
ISO 250, F5, 1/2000s 
Edited: Lightroom

Do you ever wonder why you blog?
That's the question I have been pondering. 

Morning Fog 
Lewistown Area, PA 
ISO 250, F5, 1/1000s 
Edited: Topaz Impression

And I am wondering if I am the only one
who wonders. 

Everything is lovely,
In a misty morning glaze.
I like misty water,
I like fog and haze.
-The Kinks

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22 comments:

  1. What a beautiful photo of those golden trees in the fog. We get fog here in Bakersfield but it's grey and dreary, nothing like that.

    I wonder why I blog sometimes. Granted I'm not as faithful as I used to be but there is still something in me that thoroughly enjoys it!

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  2. What a beautiful photo of those golden trees in the fog. We get fog here in Bakersfield but it's grey and dreary, nothing like that.

    I wonder why I blog sometimes. Granted I'm not as faithful as I used to be but there is still something in me that thoroughly enjoys it!

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  4. Well, I know that since I started blogging I have changed my course a few times. And it's always a result of questioning why I blog. I sense a new shift coming my way too.

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  5. I love scenery images with fog. The mysteriousness has always drawn me in.

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  6. Lovely photo. Fog adds such mystery and romance to a scene, doesn't it?
    I hope you'll come link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/11/chicago.html

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  7. These are beautiful Becky....I love the pinkish tones in the first shot and the simple lines and the way the lines make your eyes flow through the shot in the second! VERY well done!

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  8. Wonderful images. They should be reason enough for you to keep going :) I love to blog since I get to show my parts of the world with others and share interesting (hopefully) places. I love the community that builds through blogging.

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  9. Wow, these are stunning, well captured!

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  10. For me it is a creative outlet. I actually have a number of blogging projects but the 365 Project pushes me to use my camera regularly, experiment with my images both in camera and editing. Without a doubt it has transformed my photography and I am about to start on my 4th year

    Mollyxxx

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  11. LOVE these photos! I blog because I want to become a better photographer and blogging forces me take photos I might not normally take. And even though few visitors say a photo has bombed, I can usually tell, and that pushes me to try harder.

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  12. love the rosy colored fog.. i have wondered many times why i blog, i have pondered it over and over. the reason for me is, when i stop for a few days, i miss it and come back. i tried to just do Facebook but it is not the same. many of my closest blog friends have given up and gone to FB only. i think mine is i like to write what pops in and out of my head and the blog is where i can do that.

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  13. Things I used to dislike, like fog and rain, I now appreciate because of photography. Love the fog shots.

    For me, writing is a labor; it takes me a long time to write and re-write to clearly convey my thoughts. Photos speak for themselves, which is probably why I like photography so much - I let my photos do the talking. Photos don't screw up grammar and spelling either :-)

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  14. I love the fog and rain! Good thing I live in Oregon or I'd be miserable all winter. These are beautiful images, Rebecca. I'm blogging so much less these days & not sure why. Maybe it's because I share a little more on FB? I don't know. I do like connecting with people from around the country/world through blogging and it's been a real pleasure to meet a few of them in person.

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  15. But I would miss you photos so much. I have a much clearer direction going into 2016. I am seriously thinking about that Topaz lab Impression plug-in.

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  16. I don't know why I blog. Sometimes it's such a chore. But I don't like to be a quitter. Does that mean I'm stuck here for life?

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  17. Gorgeous! Central PA can be so pretty.

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  18. Beautiful pictures, I particularly like the first one....

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  19. My blog world has changed over the last 4 to 5 years. Many of my blogging friends went to facebook only after the blog platform we were on closed-and then a few years after that the next blogging platform we were all on got sold and then shut down-so most of my closest friends came here to store material but then just mostly stay on facebook which I find so impersonal.
    It is hard to connect and stay with friends here as many of my friends will not add their email to their settings-and when you do not do that there is no way to communicate easily or know when someone comments on your post. I finally found new friends through Vicki's blog party otherwise I would be writing away with no one reading me.
    I will stay here though and share recipes, my crafts etc. I am not as active as I once was but I think we all need a little break at times-I live so rural and have no friends really here so this has always been my life line to the world

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