Heritage Farm and Fog

The Heritage Farm near Bath Maine is run by a couple who are involved in saving and propagating animals and vegetables with “antique” genetics. It was foggy when we visited them and I love to photograph fog though I find it challenging to recreate the feeling of fog over the landscape.

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Fog

We had a few foggy mornings in Lunenburg and the surrounding countryside which made for really atmospheric pictures. I suspect that lobstermen could do without the fog during lobstering season.

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Wandering

Blue Rocks is a fun place in which to wander. Here is one path that seems to work well in color or black and white. I prefer the black and white because it shows the composition better than the color. The black and white also has a nice nostalgic feel to it. The stone formations have good colors and texture.

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Furman University in the Fog

Yesterday, Karl, our grandson and I went shooting at Furman. Foggy weather is great for taking pictures because it softens outlines and allows for a kind of mysterious image.

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