Wednesday, January 4, 2012

how i spent my new year weekend - 2

night came quickly,
carrying the fog in its arms.

14 comments:

Doug Hickok said...

I like how spooky it looks! Perfect in simple black and white.

Arija said...

Great shot, looks like something out of the old Ingrid Bergman film called Gaslight.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Wow. This belongs in a gallery or museum, right beside your images posted on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1.

Sharon said...

Oh, that is very foggy! One has to be careful driving in fog like this.

Kate said...

There is a certain mystery and mystic about fog. I love to walk in it. Image reinforces the idea of isolation and perhaps loneliness.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Great image Brattcat, but scary prospect driving in so much fog!!

glenda said...

OOh scary drive. Take care out there.

Malyss said...

I've the feeling that we're about to enter into a mysterious story...

Lowell said...

Oh boy, you got me with this one. I love fog, photography with fog, and even old fogs. (I mean fogies!)

This certainly would make a great cover for a mystery novel...set in a B&B in a small Vermont town which has a terrible secret soon to become public which will blow the roof off the glass houses in which live the city fathers and mothers.

The solver of the mystery would be none other than Frasier, the bumbling oaf with a good heart who just happens to rout the bad guys (while looking for a girl who got away when she learned he was too attached to his mother to make a commitment) who stole the town's treasury 40 years ago and made a fortune investing the money in Walmart.

Sharon Creech said...

I wonder how you got that great photo w/the car seemingly coming right AT you! Love this.

Bob Crowe said...

That's a powerful picture, and a little bit scary. Who knows what lurks in Vermont forests deep in fog?

GW Bill Miller said...

It is a wonderful photo of the car coming out of the fog, but the quote, "night came quickly, carrying the fog in its arms", is wonderful, and perfectly fits the image. Did you invent this or is this a snippet from a poem or story, and if so what? I was really taken by this. It is quite beautiful.

Jilly said...

Words and pictures, words and pictures. Yours are always spectacular and fit so beautifully.

Julie said...

Ditto what Jilly said. The image is stunning.