Foggy morning cottage

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    That one's a jawdropper! It looks like a painting (and I mean that as a compliment, in case there was any doubt). The fog adds such great mood to the shot. And it was so interesting to read on your blog about the possible demise of chimneys. I agree, the photograph would be less interesting without them.

    I always look forward to your interesting photographic finds.
     
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    Thanks Antarctican. I've shot this scene before, but never been happy with the outcome. The fog, and the sun for balance on the left, made for a better shot.

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    Great shot!! Whatch the POTM thread, you're pic is in it.
     
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    Thanks for the comments Molingneck & Puscas. And for the nomination too Molongneck!!

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    Beautiful. The lines formed by the sunlight hitting the vegetation in the foreground are the closest in photo that you'd ever get to a Van Gogh paintbrush stroke.
     
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    A gradient neutral density filter would have improved and added detail to the foreground. Since you did not use one, postprocessing of the foreground is necessary to make it a really effective shot.

    skieur
     
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    nice picture and nice location..
     
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    ab. solutely. beautiful.

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    awesome shot....great work
     
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    Thanks for the comments guys. Skieur - :lol:.

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