I know! I posted a similar image not too long ago. But this one here – with the moon in it – I find much better! (Nice to see progress, huh!?). I shot it this morning, in this in-between kind of light. Not night anymore, but also not daylight yet. I find this almost the best time of the day! Do you agree?
Did you know that fog is a living organ?
This morning I was sitting in thick fog, not able to see the next door neighbour (which is of course not a bad thing), but it was cold and dark and wet. But then, from one second to the next, the fog decided to climb down 20 meter and the result of that you can see in the picture!
So it turned out that the fog decided to play games with me all day. Up a little [me in the fog] – down a little [me in the sun] – up a little [me in the fog], down a little…
Guess that is a fun way to spend a Sunday! ;-)
Rather nice what one gets to see if one gets up early enough! ;-)
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Well, today it seems to be completly foggy – now view what-so-ever.
So I decided to post an image of the Junfgrau I took a few days ago.
How do you Photobloggers out there generally think about posting an image which
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Now look at this!
We got a new load of white fluffy virgin snow on the mountain tops last night!
It looks great, even though if this means that the summer 2013 has probably gone…
Did you have a good summer on the whole? Tell me about it!
Well, this is simply a piece of a weathered mountain chalet. Actually, the building is more of a hay barn rather than a chalet really. As you can tell, I love simple structurs and clear lines.
But then, I think, this image is only simple on its surface. If you dive in, you can see a whole load of patterns and lines.
Looking at these old huts, I often try to visualize the people who have built them, a few hundred years ago. Oh how different was the world back then! Through these old woods we get a glimps of these long forgotten times.
I imagine it was very v.e.r.y quiet in the world back then.
“This one here is simply for my mum!
I have nothing to add today.”