Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
The mist was heavy along the nature trail, offering a morning silhouette of the prairie grasses and trees.
Stunning! Can you give more comments on how/where you took this shot?
Joao, thank you for the comment. The shot was taken at Peck Farm Park in Geneva, Illinois with a Nikon D3100. Although I felt the capture was pretty nice straight from the camera, I brought it into Corel Paint and added a slight (15%-20%) pencil drawing overlay. I thought the “sketch look” enhanced the natural movement of the prairie grasses in the windy/misty conditions.
Ah I see. Good job there, the photo looks really good.
WOW! So impressive… I loved it dear Brian you captured such a nice moment. Thank you, with my love, nia
Nia, thank you for the continued generous comments!
Love the PPing here and the feel it gives!
I appreciate the comment, Ninali!
A beautiful photo Brian, and makes me think about a scene or two in a book I have just read called “The Shack”. Your work is overwhelming as always!
I’ll have to look for the book. Thanks for the kind comment, Jack.
my kinda image.
Emilio, thank you very much.
Beautiful! Abstractly eerie and gorgeous! Great work as always 🙂
Polly, thank you as always!
I loveee misty mornings 😀 Wonderful photo!
Wolke, thank you very much!
Always a pleasure to comment your wonderful photos 🙂
Its makes one wonder who/what is just behind all that mist. Its truly beautiful.
It’s almost comforting when there is a sense of mystery in a photo, leaving one to conjure his/her own storyline. Thanks very much, hugs!
I have nominated your blog for this Sunshine award. Thank you, with my love, nia
Nia, thank you very much, my friend!
The overlay looks great on this, Brian. It brings out some needed detail in a foggy scene. I can’t resist shooting in the fog and this is a really nice landscape.
I appreciate the feedback. Fog is virtually irresistible, although my success rate at decent captures is mixed. Thanks!
Superb as usual! The trees look as if they’re reaching out, trying to sense what lies beyond the fog. This has such an alive and mysterious feel.
Lovely words, Susie! Thank you so much.
Everything i love!
David, thank you very much for the comment!
Another stunning image, I just love your work, Ceers Callie
Callie, thank you very much!
Love the mist!
Thank you, Lilly!
Great job! Like the mood!
Thank you very much for the lovely comment!
Really nice! I have a couple of mist shots coming up but not this good. Jealousho
I’m sure they will be great. Look forward to seeing them. Thanks, AJ!
Great shot and post editing! Your photo has inspired me to take some shots in the heavy fog we are expecting tomorrow in New Jersey.
Thank you very much, and I look forward to seeing your shots!
I love this-
Thanks so much, Cynthia! I appreciate the comment.
This looks like a painting, with the fuzzy lines and whatnot…very nice, and that ethereal mist is just lovely.
Thank you very much for the comment, Snap!
Beautiful….creative and incredible as usual:)
Thank you so much for the comment, Cowgirl!
Great shot and great processing!! You have created such amazing atmosphere!!
Santi, thank you very much!
Looks like a pencil sketch…wonderfully composed and such a wonderful mood!
I did an overlay of a pencil sketch to give the photo that type of feel and mood. Thanks for the observation and feedback, Tammy!
enjoyed the effect.. ; )
Ghostly. Very nice.
Thanks very much, Stevie.
Awesome. Well done. I love the image on your homepage / top of site too.
Thanks very much, Kenneth!
Love your photos!
Thank you so much, Liliane!
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