A Cold & Misty morning

So a misty morning greeted me with a heavy frost coating the world in fine jewels. Just me and the dog out for a morning stroll, with a 17-70 zoom on the camera we headed out. With the mist acting like a giant softbox the landscape soft on the eye, my old pal and I headed off down the road.

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Yes this is a road, one of the many little L roads in Ireland.

A stop at one of the small loughs and it’s soft on the eye with the mist still down.

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 A couple of close ups for the foliage

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A beautiful morning in a grand part of Ireland where the pace is slow and the company great.

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365/365 Shutter release challenge

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Well I finally got around to processing my final shot in my 365 challenge.So I leave you with this moon lit view from my back yard. I would like to thank you all for the kind  comments and likes over this last year. Well I have a couple of new project’s in mind which will start soon. I continue to look forward to seeing your words, photos and art from your blogs and web pages.

metta to you all and thank you for dropping by.

George McNeill

361/365 Shutter release challenge

Street light

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Due to early mornings being dark and the light is fading when going home the only time I can shoot is when its dusk or dawn. So have been out early some mornings while on my way to work. This way taken in a car park with the street lights illuminating the tree. With a long exposure and a light wind you can see movement in the branch’s and not the jogger that ran in front of the camera.

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360/365 Shutter release challenge

Rock-faces.

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While looking at this scene I was amazed to see faces in the rock, ok I know its just light and shadows but to me they are there. Anyone else see them? Our you might see something different, like a lump of rock..

This was processed  to mimic kodachrome 64 film. Well known for its punchy colours and loved by many 35 and 120 film photographers.

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