Fog at the pear

Posted by Andrea Auf dem Brinke (Desenzano del Garda (BS), Italy) on 18 December 2007 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

sometime, we have not to do a long trip to a great location to take a good shot. Just go out with your camera in a winter night, with the sky plenty of fog, take a look around, and do the best that you can.

That's what came out from me. hope you like it.


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Double KK Photography from West Richland, United States

very cool night shot

18 Dec 2007 6:38am

Stunner from Kingston, Jamaica

Fantastic shot, I like the effect the light and fog gives! Great composition too.

18 Dec 2007 7:30am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Totally enchanting Wow Andrea :)

18 Dec 2007 10:21am

Paulski from Muncie, United States

Nice job in capturing the eerieness of the fog...

18 Dec 2007 12:41pm

Luis Rodrigues from Lisbon, Portugal

Excelent night photo!

18 Dec 2007 10:22pm

cromlechi from Swansea, United Kingdom

Superb.

18 Dec 2007 11:30pm

Ale Triskele from Italy

I fari...sempre affascinanti..non ho mai avuto l'occasione di immortalarne uno! complimenti cmq..lo scatto è originale e i colori mi piacciono molto!

19 Dec 2007 9:57pm

leslie from Bruce Penninsula, Canada

Really nice, love the mood you created

20 Dec 2007 2:20pm

Witchpanther from Torino, Italy

che bei colori caldi

20 Dec 2007 9:23pm

Ian Bramham from Manchester, United Kingdom

Lovely atmospheric shot Andrea - really beautiful!

(PS - I hope you won't mind me saying this but the spelling is 'Pier' rather than 'Pear' which is an apple designed by a committee :-)

8 Jan 2008 12:18pm

Ian Bramham from Manchester, United Kingdom

Oh...forgot to say...I voted for you at the photoblog awards. You have an excellent Photoblog....Good luck!

8 Jan 2008 12:19pm

Kodak DCS Pro SLR/n
1/1 second
F/4.5
ISO 160
35 mm

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