Views: 176 (74 Unique) 
Vote 57
Award Shortlist   

Sunrise & Receding Mist.

By Amanita05
Already had a composition planned for this one when the mist was thick on the water & you could just make out the foreground yacht.
So camera, tripod set up at the ready & see what would happen!
Anyway, just under the hour standing around soaking up the atmosphere with having to wipe filters with a cloth due to condensation etc. the mist finally made a departure down the river with the sun not far above the horizon.
Sometimes the mist does'nt clear at all & end up calling it a day!
Win some, you lose some! All part of the enjoyment of photography!

Tags: Landscape River General Water Sunrise Transport Boats Essex Mist Yachts Calm Landscape and travel

Voters: DeSilver, Petr, StephenBrighton and 54 more

Readers' Choice Awards are given to photos that get over 30 votes

Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS
  • REVIEWS
  • INSPIRATION
  • COMMUNITY
  • COMPETITIONS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here


Christmas Prize Draw 2017

Comments


am52 7
7 Jun 2010 3:50PM
beautiful colour and superb composition..remind me of and oil painting. very well presented.
congratulations.

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

7 Jun 2010 4:00PM
Very atmospheric lovely well done.
Steve
Wonderful capture well worth the wait
Cormy 10 3 England
7 Jun 2010 4:10PM
Lovely painterly feel to this.
Cheers
Alan
CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
7 Jun 2010 4:12PM
You certainly won with this one, Alan, truly stunning. Carol
7 Jun 2010 4:13PM
Magnificent Sunrise.
Rerards Evgenya
Rob66 8 1 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 4:20PM
Great series of shots.
JOKEN 8 3 10 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 4:40PM
A super image full of lovely tones to go with the excellent coposition.
Ken
EAS 8 1 13 Scotland
7 Jun 2010 4:53PM
No doubt at all that this was a winner! The warmer tones in this are absolutely gorgeous as is the composition. What a very fine series you have captured.

Ann
Another beautiful image !

Chris
Barbaraj 10 450 England
7 Jun 2010 5:54PM
Very good like an old master painting.
7 Jun 2010 5:59PM
love the softness of this and the sky is excellent
jj
MickyMc 10 8 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 6:13PM
I agree with Barbara, It is just like an old Master.
Mavis
W1ldside 7 29 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 6:51PM
Beautiful Calmness enhanced by the subtle Hues
Fab image
Rick
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
7 Jun 2010 7:04PM
I love these shots you manage to capture on the river estuary - here with the mist clearing a bit you have greater depth and the beautiful early morning golden light is bathing so much more of the scene. But there is still enough left to add an air of mystery to the image. Truly lovely work, Alan.
Regards, Ronnie.
tmann 12 4 2 United States
7 Jun 2010 7:37PM
Another superb step in this teriffic series!!
Like the softness of this, and the toffee coloured light,
Michael
Cor 8 Belgium
7 Jun 2010 7:43PM
Deserve Vote 50*****
cor
lianna 8 13 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 8:40PM
wow now this one i like a lot!! stunning colours and i love the cloud detail in the sky and reflections!! a beautiful yet again calming image x x
colmar 10 42 35 Scotland
7 Jun 2010 9:38PM
Beautifully muted tones and the detail starting to come out from the lifting mist another grand image Colin
Suehh 10 39 6 England
7 Jun 2010 10:28PM
Like a beautiful painting. So perfectly captured.

Sue
Adderwatcher 8 60 19 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 7:35AM
Beautiful capture Alan, well composed image.
Scott
10 Jun 2010 8:02PM
I am looking since minutes to this shot and i cannot believe: i am getting a warm feling on the left arm, coming from the sun in your pic!
After years of digi i started again with flim and this makes me happy, for special opportunities i will use film. I mean film can process much better colour than digi sensors, but i am not sure about scanning, i'm afraid a scanner will destroy my pics...
Maybe you can give one time some tips regarding the work with film, or maybe you can recommend me a good scanner which would respect the film...
Thanks,
gabriel

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.