Friday, May 25, 2012

2 Things Challenge: Ghost/Art

The 2 Things Challenge this week is Ghost/Art.  

The early morning fog on Lay Lake made the crow on the dock look like a ghost (Yeah, he's really there, click on the photo and maybe you'll get a bigger image).  And since light generally enters my camera for one of two reasons, to create photographic documentation of some thing or event (who was at the party, how badly was the car damaged, I was here at the beach, she was here too, what did that person look like on their birthday, etc.) or to create art (maybe not fine art, but art anyway), this also qualifies as art.  It's got to be art; nobody cares to document that a crow was on the dock in the fog.

2 comments:

Vivian said...

I love fog! This is a very cool photo on many levels. The fog is eerie and even though it's as thick as lobster bisque, you can still see the reflection of the trees in the water.
Now, when you click on the photo to enlarge it and look for that crow in the early morning fog, you can't help but to stare at it and as you do, the fog begins to roll....or perhaps it's just my eyes.

Really nice photo of the fog, Larry.

Eeyore said...

I love fog too, and this fog was rolling in places and wisping in others, but I don't think it does either one in the photo. That would be a neat trick though, if I could figure out how to do it.