Guest photographer Maryann Nielson is rocking the black and white once again (see also: The Jordan Bridge In Black & White). This time she captured the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. quite beautifully, with that fog and the reflections… so cool. Thanks, Maryann!
Guest photographer and resident awesome firefighter Matt Aalto sent along this beautiful images his wife, Tami, took down at the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. His description:
Hi Celine! My wife Tami took this photo [the day before] yesterday as we took our boxer Leila for a walk at the wilderness park. There was a decent amount of fog that day but it wasn’t too cold to get some quality time in. On our way back to the truck, we were both mentioning how cool the reflection looked in the water and the next thing I know she has the camera out. Here’s the result!
I love it! Thanks, Matt and Tami!
Yesterday was pretty foggy. So I went out and took this photo last night to show some of it. See it up there? That’s fog. In case you didn’t know. And the lights? Those are lights. Car headlight and taillights, plus some street lights. Do you want me to diagram it? Because I’m not going to.
This was taken on Fern Ridge Rd., near where it meets 10th Ave. For those interested, this is a 50 sec. exposure, shot at f/22 and 100 ISO.
This path leads to and from Upper North Falls at nearby Silver Falls State Park. When I was trying to think of a title for this post, the song Dance Into The Light by Phil Collins popped into my head. It seemed appropriate. That fog/light at the top part of the image is rather spiffy.
I think I’ll post at least one more image from Silver Falls tomorrow.
I think the wintery foggy misty setting surrounding the Regis Catholic High School looked kind of cool (ha, wintery cool, get it? DO YOU GET IT?! Good, just curious). So much fog, friends. There was fog in the fog with more fog inside that. I’m fairly certainly Leonardo DiCaprio was somewhere around, filming a fog inception movie.
I’m pretty sure Stayton is going to be stuck in the fog forever. It’s been fog, more fog, and even more fog for many days, and personally, I am over it and ready to move on. But Mother Nature rarely listens to me, so it is what it is.
At least these oak trees across from the hospital on 10th Ave. looked kinda cool sitting there in the middle of all the grey.