Saturday, October 26, 2013

These photos set the scene for my next series. Plus, look at the last photo--it's a bonus to hopefully lure you into returning to see those posts.

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My hands got stiff and cold, but I didn't care, lured outside by the fog and dew with my camera around my neck. I found myself slap dab in the middle of a quarter-block-sized-fun-photo-taking atmosphere, right in my neighborhood.

Looking northeast. Look closely in the fog, beyond the Stop sign and the no parking sign and the fencing. You can barely see a parked car--that's my usual suspect Zipcar, when it's not reserved by someone else and off on an adventure.


Looking southeast.

Looking west.

Looking east.

Looking south.

The sight that started it all for me, last Sunday morning, when I took photos from 8:45 a.m. until 10:20 a.m. Two hundred and five photos in all. I promise I won't share all of them here--don't want to lose y'all!


Jack said...

I like the image of the bicyclist riding away from you and the image of the flower.

Randy said...

Nice looking neighborhood. I just love fog.

Andy said...

You really caught the atmosphere of the weather. I could almost feel the dampness.

Birdman said...

Sunday morning is the best day of the week. People and traffic are still sleeping and the world awaits the solitude of the camera.

Jim Klenke said...

i love the fog and the leaves on the ground.