Recently my spouse was walking the dog at the favorite places in the morning, when the sun was barely up and the haze/mist/fog was still hanging in the trees.
I was quite envious with what she brought home, but finally decided to share her "findings" with you.
The most interesting thing in my eye was the complete desaturation of color, or to put it more bluntly: Many pics looked like they were shot in black&white. That leaves shades of grey to differentiate fore-, middle- and background and it was quite interesting to see where color still had a role. My favorite pic in this respect was the following:
I love how the foreground shows some delicate colors and the fore-/middle-/background is reflected in different shades of gray. If you like this pic click through to the large version. It really is a treat
Some other pics were converted to true b&w by me, but I'm still not sure whether the remains of the last colors do make those shots better or not. So see the following two shots. the first has colors as they came out of the cam and the second one is converted to b&w:
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