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Fog and no end


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our souls are suffering from lack of sunshine but for the camera these dull days are very busy. Our so familiar places show a different unknown side and character.

 

 

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Hi Iduna,

What beautiful woods these are and you really capture the mysterious mood

of the trees swathed in fog. The second shot is quite magical with the ghostly

figures moving through the mist. It could be anywhere, any time, it allows the

viewer to make their own interpretations. Love them both.

Dee.

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Stuart,

thanks for viewing and comment!

 

K.-H.,

thanks for your time and one-word summary. Its appreciated a lot.

 

Dee,

thank you for your detailed comment. Yes, anywhere this can be and the main thing is to find the essence. If it lets room for your own thoughts I am very happy with this result.

 

Paul,

many thanks for your time in finding always some different words for some kind of pictures. I know to appreciate this effort and it always helpful.

 

George,

 

this is interesting, that you chose the 2nd. picture. Thanks you for diving into the deep fog.

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