Cold winter stills

When I woke up this morning, I knew this day would be dedicated to taking pictures. I hoped for some sun and lots of yummy light to shoot in. I didn’t get that. Instead I got mist/fog and cold. Just as good as sunlight, I have to say. For a very long time, I’ve admired photos on flickr with mist/fog. It’s so beautiful. I’ve always wanted to shot that perfect misty photo. I’ve never gotten the opportunety before; not until today.

Mist/fog is really something that creates a special mood in a photo. A mood I’m specially fond of!

I was cold outside today. – 16 C. Brrrrr! I had to wear a hat, scarf and mittens in addition to a warm jacket. It didn’t take long before I was cold. After about 45 minutes I had to go inside again. I was too cold and my camera had low battery.

After I came in, I sat down in front of the computer, went through todays shot (around 80) and processed the photos I liked the most. While working I’ve listened to a lot of music. The playlist has been various Christmas songs, Southside Johnny & the Asbury Dukes and Patti Scialfa.

Here are todays photos; with and without mist.

Lierfoss. To the right you can see my parents’ barn.

The road up to the neighbours, my friend Linda’s parents.

Stones on the wintery road.

1520. Frosty letters.


Trees on a line surrounded by the fog.

Frosty branches.

Frosty berry.

Pine cones are so beautiful.

Square frost/bokeh yummyness.

The corner of a shred (where we keep wooden bricks). Frost or no frost; that’s the question!

Frosty wooden wall.

2 responses to Cold winter stills

  1. sunneschii

    Beautiful pictures. It looks so cold!
    The frost on the house number is amazing.

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