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Old Dec 17, 2007, 12:00 PM   #1
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the other morning on my way home from night shift in the low lying fog i thought id go and take a few pics as i was sure i could get above the fog on top of the hills. i had a spot in mind so went up there, it was bitterly cold and waited around for over an hour for sun to come up.

got quite a few "keepers" including a nice panoramic, but decided to post this one first

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Old Dec 17, 2007, 12:21 PM   #2
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the panoramic 3 shot stitch, the village is on a platue high above the valley which was full of fog


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Old Dec 17, 2007, 2:16 PM   #3
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last one ill be showing from what i took


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Old Dec 17, 2007, 4:16 PM   #4
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the other morning on my way home from night shift in the low lying fog i thought id go and take a few pics as i was sure i could get above the fog on top of the hills. i had a spot in mind so went up there, it was bitterly cold and waited around for over an hour for sun to come up.

got quite a few "keepers" including a nice panoramic, but decided to post this one first

Gary

Gary, these are fantastic photographies with a scent of art from China/Japan and European medieval age

They are all great. True pleasures to my eyes. My favourite is the first.

Hope you donĀ“t mind my "distribution of weight" in order to create equilibrium in the panorama

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Old Dec 17, 2007, 8:26 PM   #5
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Good shots, niceto know you didn't stand around in the cold for nothing.
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Old Dec 21, 2007, 2:59 PM   #6
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thanks

i agree that it does look medieval, am going to see if i actualy have a shot further to the left for the panoramic, its not the final edit yet.

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Old Dec 21, 2007, 3:52 PM   #7
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found a left hand image, but i had to mess with free transform to get it to same scale as it wasnt part of the sequence for the pano bit it fits well now !!

tried to do something about the sun but decided to leave it alone in the end. think shot is better ballanced now

ill resize my original to 12 inch by 36 inch and get it printed and framed, am sure itll sell to someone who lives in the mist........all it takes is a bit of door knocking LOL

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Great misty photos, Gary!

Very British countryside looking. Must be quite a high and steep place you were taking the photos from as it really looks "down" on the village.

The orange morning sunshine glow is very soothing.

I love the panoramas you made from the photos. Good work.

Let us know how you go selling them.

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Old Dec 22, 2007, 2:57 AM   #9
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thanks for comments

that small village is on a platau about 500 foot above the valley bottom which was full off fog, i was about another 100 foot above, i just loves the way the fog "rolled into town" as the sun came up

if you look along the line of fog below the sun and follow it to the right the far side of valley just becomes visible

here is a shot from a while ago with less fog


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Regarding the magical atmospheresuccessfully conveyed in these images, I should say your patiencefor thesun tocome up paid back generouslyThe portrait orientation doesn't go unnoticed, btw
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