Nature In a Fog By Emily Carter on March 4, 2015 • ( 36 Comments ) In a fog. Unable to see ahead. The sounds of life muffled. But the road beckons me. To follow its path into the unknown. Share this:TweetEmailLike this:Like Loading... Categories: Nature Tagged as: art, country, farm, fog, nature, Photography, poetry, snow, winter
Can I come with you, Emily? I love the moment the fog clears and there is clarity.
Absolutely you can Rebecca. We can both walk into the mist together.
Perfect, this is so where I am right at this moment, Emily. A lot can be learned in the fog, this I know. Still, I am looking forward to a clearing, and the clarity that Clanmother speaks of. So glad you shared this today. 🙂
I find it so hard to believe that you are looking for clarity. Clarity..what is that anyway? With great thanks to the horses, I’ve learned how important it is to have clarity of purpose. Clearing the mind of all the noise and thinking simply and calmly of what one wants.
Believe me, you can join us in walking into the mist.
Hmmm.. Not so much a clarity of purpose that I am looking for, as I seem to keep that pretty clearly in focus. I think with all of our snow, the feeling of endless winter and just one snowstorm after another every 2-3 days for 6 weeks… I am just having a hard time keeping the CALENDAR in focus, LOL! When you have such unseasonable weather, for whatever area you live in, it can be so disorienting, tough to keep your bearings. If you know what I mean! Hence the photo of the fog… 🙂
That’s what I thought. You’re someone I always admire for being so astute and insightful. I agree, with the weather. We have been in a winter funk and it doesn’t seem to quit. It’s as if we’re being held captive by Old Man Winter.
What a good way to put it, Emily! Trying to hold onto the mantra, “Think Spring”! 🙂
Beautiful words, beautiful photo.
Thank you so much ! I went out without my camera and had only my iPhone with me. A photo is better than no photo.
It’s a remarkable shot. I have so much difficulty getting a good fog photo. Maybe I need to buy an iPhone. 🙂
It’s really all about timing. Right place, right time. What are you shooting with?
A Nikon CoolPix. It may be the fault of the photographer. And we do get incredibly dense fog. As you say, timing matters.
So what you do is find something bold in the fog to be your subject. It’s just finding the right scene to capture. To tell you the truth, I first thought the road was a distraction. Come to find out, it’s what made the scene. Go figure. 😉
I love the fog, Especially in winter. Beautiful! 🙂
I had never seen fog on snow before. It was so bizarre. The ground was frozen, the air warm. Truly mysterious in its own right.
Indeed, I’m always in awe when I see it at the parks here 🙂
Stunning capture! 🙂
Thank you so much Joanne!
Love the shot, it leaves it to your imagination.
Thanks Jim! You’re absolutely right! The more I look at it, the more intrigue appears.
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Appreciate you sharing this with your readers.
Beautiful, I like the leading lines dragging you deeper into the fog. The picture could be seen as spooky but yet there is also a peacefulness to the picture.
Thanks Ben! Indeed the fog drew me in, but the road and fence captured me. It’s as if this scene, as moody as it may seem, brings promise to the viewer.
That is exactly it. There is hope in the scene.
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Thank you so much for sharing this with your readers.
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Story of my life…
Thank you so much for sharing this with your readers. And I as well, live in a fog. 🙂
Emily, this is superb! What a stunning landscape.
You are truly too kind. Thank you so much !
The best – gorgeous shot taken at just the right moment.
You are too sweet Mary. She kept moving all the time, hard to get a decent shot. But this worked out well. Thank you so much for your kindness.
Nothing more exciting and promising than to follow a path into the unknown.
You and I..always taking the path less taken. It beckons us doesn’t it?
It just calls out: “Follow me!”