Psjunkie wrote:Both enjoyable images Linda with the first winning out for me, maybe because of more contrast and wider color pallet.
davechinn wrote:Both images are a pleasure to view, Linda. Both would be excellent choices for B&W, IMO !!! Fog always gives off a dramatic scene, very nice captures indeed.
Charles Haacker wrote:I really love that first one, and for the reasons Frank mentioned. I like the second, but possibly because of its overall dun color, if I didn't know it was fog I might mistake it for dust. The first there is no question it's fog; the second it could be something else, and I think it's the uniformity of a kind of dusty color.
Duck wrote:I love the layered effect the fog gives to the landscape. #1 is my favorite. that solitary heffer in the forefront really sets the scene for me. I definitely appreciate the colors running through this.
The second one, for some reason, doesn't hold the same impact for me. I'm not entirely sure why since it too is a strong quality image. Chalk it up to subjective preference I suppose.
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