Tuesday, December 4, 2007

The Sunken Forest


The weather has suddenly turned cold. Yesterday they predicted snow, but what we got was unphotogenic, so I'm looking back over photos taken earlier in the fall. The morning I took this shot near Coleman Station, NY, I was disappointed that the fog was not thicker. However, the effect it made from the top of this ridge was startling. I took the shot not believing it would make a good picture. It's been haunting my computer desktop ever since, and I've been looking for chance to post it. It looks especially nice now that the leaves are off the trees and everything has nearly lost color.

4 comments:

Jerry in Tampa said...

Emory - I just spent 10 minutes scrolling through and enjoying your images! I'm sure I will do it again - real soon! FABULOUS images! Outstanding clarity and texture throughout!

Glad I found you!

Jerry in Tampa

Jerry in Tampa said...

I apologize for mispelling your name in the previous post..

Jerry in Tampa

'Through-JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Hi Ted, We have not snow yet either, its warmer here than it suposes to be , around 14 degrees today... i like this shot of you, very well done:)

I posted again some Paris Pics in case you are interested, just visit my blog and look:)I wish you a good weekend

Greetings JoAnn:)

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