Miasma Cover

Foggy Granary - Dixonville, Ab - Canada i
Foggy Granary – Dixonville, Ab – Canada i
Foggy Granary - Dixonville, Ab - Canada ii
Foggy Granary – Dixonville, Ab – Canada ii
Foggy Granary - Dixonville, Ab - Canada iii
Foggy Granary – Dixonville, Ab – Canada iii
Foggy Granary - Dixonville, Ab - Canada iv
Foggy Granary – Dixonville, Ab – Canada iv

The return, a drive home in late October; fog hangs in the air for two hundred kilometres – from Peace River north to Keg River Cabins. I’ve had my eye on this granary within these past two years as one to investigate with my camera. I’m liking the colour, textures and miasma – all visual opportunity.

Listening to – ‘The Dignity of Difference,’ an On Being podcast with Jonathan Sacks.

“Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.” – Matt Hardy

4 thoughts on “Miasma Cover

  1. Feelings of distorted perspectives, I like the colours in No iii. Fog and mist can give a sense of quietness and settlement to me when I am walking, brings me back into myself.

    Jim

    1. I have had a good wonder about fog and mist providing different backdrop; as well, I’ve considered the same idea as I’ve encountered fog and mist in the mountains hiking trails. For me, it’s the other-worldly (perhaps new perspective) facet of such experience that draws. 😉

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