Welcome to the 190th round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
After all the hot Glow of the previous week, we really cooled down nicely with this week’s theme of Mist! As usual, you shared fantastic photos! The weather might have been foggy pretty often, if we believe all these photos! The good thing about this weather is that it provides a backdrop for creating beautiful photos! Thanks to everyone for all the effort you put into creating these wonderful posts!!
Here’s a produce of plenty of mist…
Godafoss is a rather impressive set of waterfalls, and one of the top falls in Iceland; even at the distance that I still was from the thundering falls, I could feel the mist drifting over me. It’s well worth the effort to clamber down the slippery path to get to the water level, as you get a sense of the power coming at you from this vantage point.
Please enjoy the following blog posts:
Sarah kicks off the festival of mist with some gorgeous photos in her post in By Sarah; the mist lends a bit of mystery to these photos!
The haar rolling in at dusk is captured beautifully in Land of Images! The Isle of Skye is just filled with different looks that are all wonderful!
The Himalayas are featured in a great post in Don’t Hold Your Breath, as the unpredictable nature of the weather in March produces a backdrop for fantastic photos!
Xenia, Eivor and Pearl enjoy the highlands with a gentle blanket of mist in a gorgeous post in whippetwisdom. Xenia captured the sense of the scenes beautifully!
Shelley writes us a rather detailed letter in her lovely post in Quaint Revival! Memories of dewdrops might freeze, but this letter surely warms our hearts!
The post for this week’s theme in Geriatri’X’ Fotogallery features mist in the valley, which is an absolutely gorgeous photo!
Diane brings us the swans of the bard in her post in pensivity101, as they glide through the mist in Stratford-upon-Avon!
Jackie shares some of the mist of Lake Ontario with us in her post in Junkboat Travels; great photos and awesome post!
Na’ama’s poem in her post in Na’ama Yehuda is rather evocative, as one can feel the mist rising when reading these amazing lines!
A fantastic post contains this week’s theme in the Jesh Studio, filled with unexpected and wonderful alike!
Viveka really captures the sense of the mist in her photos in myguiltypleasures; the lights glowing in the mist ties us back to last week as well!
Nandini definitely knows how to put together amazing haikus, as we can see in her post in queennandini; she really captures the mist!
The post on this week’s theme in My Camera and I… underscores that the weather doesn’t adversely affect our fun, particularly in a great city, such as Budapest!
London is featured in a wonderful post in Kanlaon, as we get to experience the (not atypical) mist in that great city!
There’s something special about mist rising up over water on a cold day, as we can see in a magnificent post in A Day in the Life with beautiful photos!
Chris gives a fantastic, somewhat old school photo featuring mistt in What’s (in) the Picture?; I love the classic grainy feel and sense of timelessness in the shot! Another classic is featured in Chris’ second post in What’s (in) the Picture?
Brian almost leaves me misty-eyed with the stunning misty photo in his post in Bushboy’s World; that tree might get lost in the woods with this kind of weather!
Lisa shares a wonderful photo in her post in Peace of Life Today, as we might want to go explore in these interesting conditions!
The shot of the fields with the mist of dawn in theOnlyD800intheHameau‘s post is another amazing photo! Also, check out its companion shot!
Nicole brings the cold of Winter through with beauty in her post in Une Photo, Un Poéme; the mist adds to the overall ambience beautifully!
Bren takes us back into his archives with a gorgeous, misty photo in his post in Bren & Ashley Ryan Photography; the scene is treated in such a way that it takes us back into a past that is palpable!
Eric shares one of those iconic images in his post in Up North! His capture of the Golden Gate bridge in the mist is just amazing!
David brings us another set of amazing photos in his post in David M’s Photoblog; he knows how to capture the essence of the world around him and I have to say that I am rather fond of the subtle mist in the autumn trees!
Sandy takes us into the hills in her post in Out of my Write Mind, where the river meanders out from the mist among them… Wonderful photo and poem!
TiongHan captures one of those truly amazing images in his post in TiongHan’s Blog; there’s almost a sense of the abstract in this image, as you take it into your senses!
Tatiana takes us into Oregon to experience the mist of the Multhnoma Falls in her post in Travelways; that’s one steep and misty waterfall!
Welcome to the 176th round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge! My apologies for being a tad late with this edition; it’s good that I love my job, as it can demand a bit much of my time once in a while!
You really put on a wonderful display of what Fall means to you! Your creative posts ranged from those that made me laugh out loud to those that made me just sit back and appreciate the great colors of the season! There were amazing waterfalls, places where you don’t want to fall, and a fall guy! Thank you for all the thoughtful and wonderful work that you put into all of your posts!
Please tell one another what you like about all these great posts!!
Here’s a waterfall that I enjoyed this past weekend…
This waterfall is in Devil’s Hopyard State Park in East Haddam, CT; even though the amount of water flowing on this Sunday was not spectacular, the scenery still stands out, as the water flows across the rock formations.
Please enjoy the following blog posts:
This week’s theme of Fall is started off by Sarah with a gorgeous bit of color in her post in By Sarah!
Debbie showcases one of Iceland’s beautiful waterfalls in her post in Travel with Intent; Irarfoss is stunning!
Shelley is trying to fall back into the work rhythm in her post in Quaint Revival; I’m not sure that it’s working, as relaxation beckons!
Jackie takes a number of interesting approaches to the theme in her post in Junk Boat Travels; I’d watch for coconuts!
I can see why the Ryans like visiting Sheffield Park Gardens in a gorgeous post in RyanPhotography; that’s a stunning photo!
The approach to our theme is a bit playful in another awesome post in theOnlyD800intheHameau; those cataracts are a truly minor fall!
Na’ama goes in the opposite direction in her post in Na’ama Yehuda: the aspiration is not to fall, which I can understand!
Xenia and her wonderful whippets take us into the changing season on the Highlands in her post in Whippetwisdom; such an amazing locale!
That water certainly looks inviting in Chateaux des Fleurs, or do you prefer to lounge among the colorful leaves?
It looks like the harvest is complete and the colors are brightening in Geriatri’x’ Fotogallery‘s post; beautiful photo!
Vibrant colors feature large in a great photo in Granny Shot It, as the autumnal look is amazing!
Ann-Christine finds another wonderful location for her post in To See A World in a Grain of Sand…; the mountain, Kirkjufell, and the Kirkjufellfossar provide a spectacular view!
Mike’s image in his blog, Photography OCD, really gives you the sense of the Fall season, where colorful maize features.
Donna features a gorgeous array of photos that give us a great sense of Autumn in her post in Wind Kisses; Arizona looks amazing!
Jase might have fallen for a rather amazing dress in Proscenium; it also looks very suitable to dress up for fall!
This week we get another wonderful post in Don’t Hold Your Breath, as we visit Dawki and the India and Bangladesh border; gorgeous area!
Sirisha shares a wonderful set of images in her blog queennandini; I’m very curious about what might be falling from the helicopter…
This week’s post in the lovely blog Travel with Tech takes us to the gorgeous cities of Prague and Bratislava; the photos are amazing!
Viveka brings us a fantastic set of photos in MyGuiltyPleasures, which play on our theme in various ways; there’s also some wisdom in her post!
Woolly has captured some amazing waterfalls in his post in Woolly Muses; every post of his causes me to add more destinations to my bucket list!!
Sandy expresses my feelings about the Fall season perfectly in her post in Out of My Write Mind; and those colors match the poem to a tee!
Maria focuses on one of the things that we see in the Fall in her post in Kamerapromenader, as the birds are leaving the colder regions to head for warmth…
Elizabatz explores a number of features of the Fall season in her blog Elizabatz Gallery with a wonderful set of images.
Carol showcases some gorgeous photos in her post in Light Words; they really give that autumnal feeling.
In another wonderful post in the blog Kanlaon, we get a sense of what Autumn brings in the Philippines.
Anne is a self-professed HorseAddict, where she posts a gorgeous image of what it is to ride during this season!
The photo in Land of Images made me laugh out loud, and it might just be the most creative take on our theme!
One can always tell a photographer who loves this season, as we can clearly see in A Day in the Life; those photos are just gorgeous!
Tatiana shares several posts with us; first in Travelways we get to see Kakabeka Falls, which look fantastic! A second post in GiftSmart gives us a sense of evening rush hour at the bus stop. Tatiana finishes with another post in GiftSmart that shares lovely images of fall foliage!
Robert shares some gorgeous Fall images from Hamburg in his post in Photo Roberts Blog; I simply love the creative approach that Robert takes in these images, as each of them speaks!
David shares an array of amazing photos of fall color in his post in David M’s Photoblog; those colors are just stunning!
As this week’s Tuesday Photo Challenge is on the theme of Fall, I thought it might be fitting to visit a waterfall. While going through some of my travel photos, I came across one of these from the amazing country of Iceland.
It took a bit of a clamber to get down to the level, from where I wanted to shoot this amazing set of falls that thunder down a semi-circular ledge; the view was very much worth it…
This amazing sight is Goðafoss waterfall, which name translates to Waterfall of the Gods. This sight and sound of this much water flowing over the edge and past one’s feet is truly impressive. This is one of those locations, where I’d love to spend a number of days to get its beauty with various light qualities; the 30 or so minutes that I was there were just too short to do it justice.
Over this past weekend, New England has been under siege by a cold front that has kept all, but the hardiest souls in-doors; Sunday morning the mercury dropped to -15F (-26C), which was downright chilly.
Regardless of this, Winter is one of my favorite seasons to photograph, as there is always such greate emotional content to be found. I did go out to do a bit of photography, as I was looking into waterfalls in the area, so I thought it might be worthwhile to go check one out in this weather.
The particular waterfall I sought out is Doane’s Falls in Royalston, Massachusetts, which is about an hour’s drive for me. When I arrived there, I found the falls very close to the road, which is rather considerate at these temperatures. It’s a bit of an experience walking down a snow-covered, icy path next to a roaring stream, when you are all by yourself… a trifle unnerving, but luckily there were safety wires by the edge of the rocks.
In the image, you can see the massive amount of ice that has built up in the cascades; I’m not sure what the cause of the discoloration in the ice is, as I didn’t get close enough to find out.
I shot this with my trusty Canon EOS 5D MkIII using a 24-105 f/4 L lens with a circular polarizing filter attached. Settings were f/7.1, 1/640 second at 400 ISO. I kept the speed high, as I didn’t have a great spot for setting up my tripod (I did carry it in).
“When I was walking in the mountains with the Japanese man and began to hear the water, he said, ‘What is the sound of the waterfall?’ ‘Silence,’ he finally told me.”
– Jack Gilbert, Collected Poems
The 3 Day Quote Challenge
This is the second day of the 3-day quote challenge that I was given by Mysticalwriter. First of all thank you for given me the challenge. My plan is to use one of my photos each day and find some quote to go with the photo.
Today’s quote is from American poet Jack Gilbert. I like it for its simple depth and zen quality.
Here are the rules:
One quote a day for three days. They can be your quotes or quotes from other people. Post one a day for three days and nominate three bloggers per post. Also, thank the person that nominated you.