Posted on Jan 16, 2014 in Buildings, Latest, Night, Project 52/40, Urban, Winter

I know it’s a lot warmer now and you probably don’t want to be reminded of the bitter cold we’ve had but I really wanted to share this photo.  I was driving through the UofS one evening, killing time during my daughter’s soccer practice when I noticed the fog coming off the river. It was a cold -28°C and the fog was so thick it totally concealed the University Bridge and most of the buildings on the other side.  But it was moving too!  It would rise and fall like waves of water and flowed down the valley like the river below.  It didn’t last long though, soon it rose over the banks and everything was lost in the fog but it was cool (pun intended) while it lasted!

2 Comments

  1. 1-17-2014

    Rob outstanding as usual. Love the work. Are you using HDR and if so what plugin or program?

    • 1-18-2014

      Thanks Rick! I do use HDR for some of my images however this photo is from a single frame. I use Nik HDR Efex Pro but Photoshop has an HDR feature as well.

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