3.09.2008

Making The Best of Dark and Dreary

I woke up yesterday morning, looked out my window and this is what I saw...

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OK, I didn't actually see that out my bedroom window... it was more the fog that I saw (a very blah day to say the least). None the less, it was screaming to be photographed. I've always wanted to capture the beautiful foggy mornings that we get around here in the outskirts of Philly and no, it's not smog... at least I hope not. That would kind of ruin my foggy morning vision.

21 comments:

Becky said...

That is really really beautiful. I love it!

Mer said...

the first thing I said when I saw this was, WHOAH! This is an AWESOME picture. Very rustic. I love it.

Stacey said...

Is this your backyard. Wow. It looks like something out of a movie. Nice job.

Ginnie said...

Nope, not my backyard, but close.

Jason said...

WOW that is awesome! You captured that shot. That is really neat!

Reds said...

Wow!! Love the view and the colours!!

Shanna Jones said...

Cool shot!

Toni said...

I see you used the toy camera action.. This shot is PERFECT ginnie. I would definitly frame it... fabulous. Do you live in the country?

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pakosta said...

what an awesome capture of it! i just LOVE IT!!!!!! something so so mysterious about it!
tara

Mandy said...

Oh Ginnie...this is a piece of art. I love the mood, the color, the whole snapshot is just beautiful.

Margaret said...

OOH. Love the moody feel of this photo. Such a nice capture here.

Nicole said...

Very cool. You did a great job of capturing it!

Tasha said...

I love that! Good job. It really has feeling to it! THat's what I'm trying to get in my photo's these days.

Becky said...

oooh this is gorgeous! i dont get a view like this ever! great capture!

Bobbi said...

Love,love it! The mood is so great in this photo, makes me wish for fog.

Caitlin Domanico said...

beautiful!!!

Gypsy Girl said...

It is beautiful, you should def. frame this. I used to love those foggy mornings in Philly.

Sharon said...

Love the mood this creates!

Amy said...

I know it would be stinky to have it like that all day, but it sure does make a beautiful photograph!

The Perry Family said...

Oh my! I love this picture too!