An Hour’s Difference in the City Fog- 2 views Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSkypePinterestTumblrWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... October 12, 2011October 11, 2011 by Ruth Categories: Light in the City, Pittsburgh PhotosTags: 70-200 mm lens, Canon, city, fog, Northside, photography, Pittsburgh Photography, postaday2011 11 Comments
what a difference a day (an hour) makes … famous soul song 🙂
I really like tring to figure out what shadows I can see in the “white out” photo. Great photos.
Very cool – where were you?
Top floor of parking garage AGH
Just found your blog, I love photography… so glad I found you:) It must have been difficult snapping the earlier photo in low light.
“A foggy day in London town, had me low, had me down ….
I viewed the morning with alarm, the British Museum had lost it’s charm….
How long, I wondered, would this thing last?
But the age of miracles had not passed: ’cause suddenly I saw you there!
And in foggy London-town the sun was shining everywhere!”
That’s what they call “burning off”, no? Great shots.
Wow, that’s pretty dramatic!