This photograph was taken this past Thursday morning at dawn when the fog finally returned. I'm looking forward to more foggy mornings this spring. :)
I'm in Toronto this weekend at the big international photobloggers meet-up and I don't have the EXIF data or post-processing info handy, but I'll post it when I return to Durham on Tuesday. My next update will be Tuesday - thanks for visiting Durham Township!
What a great place to start your day , the foggy bridge welcoming a bright day ahead .
I like the feel and mood of the picture but I think it would be better flipped horizontally and also benefit from less greenery around the edges. I appreciate it frames the image but I feel it reduces the impact of the picture.
Great atmosphere. A pleasure to look at!
Great moody shot. I like the way you hid the sun behind the foliage, keeping the brightness in the sky without overhelming the rest of the elements.
This is an absolutely beautiful shot, I love the bold framing with the leaves/trees.
awesome image, love how silhouette from trees create frame! great photo as always!!
My favorite part of the early morning is that it is such a secret-- the moments spent just as the sun rises are yours alone. to me this photograph captures that secret perfectly; framing and all.
What a wonderful misty scenery you captured here. The way the bridge dissapears in the distance gives a very dreamy touch to the landscape. Those soft, greyish colors reinforce this feeling. Very poetic!
I am utterly jealous! You found fog! What has been passing for fog around here lately is just annoying when it comes to taking pics, it's just been haze, nothing useful.
I absolutely love the tone and the way you framed the bridge. It's the kind of shot I dream of getting one day.
the feeling is amazing :)
Like Monet in London, waiting for the sunrise.
(just my impression)
Thanks for the span of time and space!
nice foggy morning shot whit a nice framing. lovely shot.
very cool.. its as though the bridge is disappearing.. lovely shot. :o)
Great idea using the trees to compose your shot. It gives dimension to the bridge.
Hope you bring many photos from the photobloggers meet-up. ;-)
amazing. that is all that can be said.
WOW - What a way to start a Thursday morning. This is just perfect. Thanks for sharing your morning.
Very beautiful. One of my favorites of yours.
I can imagine your excitement the morning you awoke to fog. Stunning image! I really like the framing, as well.
you have to puttt this one on your "Best photos" site :) its great and defenetly your best! ;)take care :)
Super photograph. I'd hang it on the wall.
Just lovely. I have seen this in the morning and you have captured it magnificently. It is an awesome sight to see. This shot is perfection :)
i have passed out, when i saw this picture!!! u're the greatest!!!! since now u re my favrit photoblogger
Hey Kathleen. This has to be another of your best images. I LOVE IT. Stunning composition with the framing and the bridge disappearing into mist. Lovely colours and atmosphere.
I like the toning on this, and as commentted the framing. Timeless.
I love this image Kathleen. I've been a lurker, watching your awesome work for a while now. You never stop amazing me. You are a very talented lady.
The framing of the trees at the top and bottom of this photo works very well, as does the bridge fading into the mist. You should be proud of this one.
Awesome Kathleen! As an engineering technologist I love suspension bridges!
Great to meet you this weekend. Had a great time at Rannie's expense. Still haven't congratulated Marc U shartel! What a hoot!
Oh, and great shot. I really love how the bridge fades in the background; gives the sense that crossing the bridge is crossing into the unknown.
What words can I add. None of them are sufficient. I leave in awe in the knowledge of perfection.
really a very stunning photo! gorgeous!
really fascinating mood surrounding this photo. truly a metaphor of life - we all walk this bridge but no one can see so far into the future. great use of a stark border, top stuff. thank you
Stunning shot Kathleen...you gotta love the photographic possibilities with fog...we get so little of it here. Phil