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    Morning fog lifting near the Elwha bridge west of Port Angeles.

    Anthony Thomas [aka wabberjocky], and 22 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mothernature photography 66 months ago | reply

      Masterful how you were able to get enough detail in of the trees and still show the soupy thickness of the fog. I have some shots of fog that all I can see is the white cloud and nothing else. I like the spot you chose here, these trees are rebels :-) Rather than a forest of straight sticks these guys are all over the place leaning in different directions showing their spunk. No fog is going to get them down! Sweet that you can see a cast of green on the trees.

    2. Intrepid Tripod 66 months ago | reply

      Susan. This was along the highway that goes out to Neah Bay, not far from the bridge over the Elwha River. It was clearcut years before and only these teenagers with attitude were around for my camera ministrations.

    3. Hans Olind 66 months ago | reply

      Great photo! These trees have the typical shape they get when being clearcut survivors. And you captured them being green trees, not just dark silhouttes. That's very good in that mist and lack of light!!

    4. Tony Pulokas 66 months ago | reply

      More great use of fog. The logged scene makes for a very unusual composition. I don't know whether I would have try this, but you've done something wonderful with it.

    5. mothernature photography 66 months ago | reply

      Oh okay, I understand now their shapes. Yes, they were once jammed in with a lot of other trees so they don't have much fullness. They are spunky survivors then. :-)

    6. Tony Kearney 66 months ago | reply

      they look like they are being nudged or shuffled sideways by the fog - another stunning image IT : )

    7. Intrepid Tripod 66 months ago | reply

      Hans! Thank you for the compliment. All I did was aim the camera. The light that day was full of wonderful things!

      Tony! Thank you for the kind words.

      Susan. Indeed they are survivors. Logging practice changed the landscape by the moment.

      clinkerboy! Thank you! I never really focused on the why of the pattern, just that it was compelling.

      All of you have once again helped me see this anew. Thanks!!

    8. Falling Thru The Lens 66 months ago | reply

      What a wonderful depiction of fog - I can almost feel it! I love the way the trees fade into it, becoming more subtly colored as they recede.

    9. anuwintschalek 66 months ago | reply

      Like grasses in wind.

    10. Intrepid Tripod 66 months ago | reply

      Thank you, Jacki! Great to see you!

      Anu! Indeed! The problems that these survivors face is blow downs in high winds. Their roots are not very deep.

    11. ☼warm winds≈ 66 months ago | reply

      wonderful take at this unmisteakably northwestern sight!

    12. ptwiz1~On and Off 66 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! I'll bet it was so quiet you could hear a pin drop!

    13. Heidi Donat 66 months ago | reply

      You are the fogmeister!

    14. Intrepid Tripod 66 months ago | reply

      ☼warm winds≈ thank you! delighted to have you as a contact!

      ptwiz1 ! Indeed it was still and quiet. A gorgeous autumn morning!

      Heidi! I will have to tag all my photographs with that appellation! Fogmeister indeed!

    15. Evergreengirl 66 months ago | reply

      A beautiful image. Reminds me of why so many Northwest artists work in watercolors. Those trees are brushstrokes on barely wet paper.

    16. Intrepid Tripod 66 months ago | reply

      Very kind words, Evergreengirl! Thank you so much! I am pleased when people make references to paintings and watercolors.

    17. dirac3000 66 months ago | reply

      When I used to leave outside the city few times I had the chance to see the for in the morning and the impressive shapes you can see. However I was typically dissuaded by the cold to stay indoors... You have such a great shot here.

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