Picture-A-Week 2018 - Week 37

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#21
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Originally posted by puppycanducruise
Love that hummer picture.
I've never had that much patience.
Thank you for posting.
Actually I know the 'window' when the activity is at it's peek and the best lighting time. I usually can go out back and capture some very nice shots in 15 minutes.
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Easily one of the oddest sunrises I have ever photographed. Earlier, there was a mostly clear horizon with a high, thin cloud cover and some haze that promised good colors. Just before the sun rose, heavier clouds formed and a low, heavy fog bank started moving in. As the fog blanketed the town in the distance and blotted out the factory belonging to the smokestacks to the left, the sun peeked over the low clouds and lit the upper layer on fire. With the foreground buildings still shadowed by fog and only dimly lit by the bright, high clouds behind me, the scene took on the creepy “something bad is coming” look of a Stephen King or Dean Koontz mystery novel. Nothing came. Nice day.


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#24
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Joined Jul 2001
Originally posted by pierces
Easily one of the oddest sunrises I have ever photographed. Earlier, there was a mostly clear horizon with a high, thin cloud cover and some haze that promised good colors. Just before the sun rose, heavier clouds formed and a low, heavy fog bank started moving in. As the fog blanketed the town in the distance and blotted out the factory belonging to the smokestacks to the left, the sun peeked over the low clouds and lit the upper layer on fire. With the foreground buildings still shadowed by fog and only dimly lit by the bright, high clouds behind me, the scene took on the creepy “something bad is coming” look of a Stephen King or Dean Koontz mystery novel. Nothing came. Nice day.


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Great picture.
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