Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Hazy Effect/ Sepia Scenes


Early morning pollution haze


High pressure overhead resulted in a temperature inversion that trapped  pollution close to the ground creating a sepia effect over East Gwillimbury.


  To view other Sepia Scenes visit MaryT, theTeach at http://sepiascenes.blogspot.com

20 comments:

Judy said...

Even if pollution is a bad thing, the effects in this photo are incredible!! I love the golden light!!
I also love the icicles in the previous post!! Do you remember breaking them off and sucking on them, when you were a kid?

Patti said...

And the fog rolls in... The lighting is amazing in this "hazy" shot.

I forgot to prepare a sepia scene for today. Am I too late??

George said...

This looks to pretty to be pollution.

Day4plus said...

You have pollution way out in your countryside? Too many big cities close by? Anyway it is a very good shot. great shimmery coloring--or none. MB

Jarart said...

I thought it was fog until I read the caption. Whatever it is, it made a nice picture. I loved the icicle pictures!

kaye said...

I love how the corn frames the shot--and the haze softens it. The frost detail on the field is great too. Love the whole picture.

Diane AZ said...

Seems unusual to see air pollution in the countryside, but what an amazing scene you captured. I especially like the corn in the foreground.

Betty said...

That is a beautiful picture.I love the soft colors.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Hello: Just found this meme and your blog. I too live in East Gwillimbury. Terrific picture. Valerie

Annie said...

I very much like how the foreground color is much more intense then the rest of the picture. It creates the feeling of distance and obscured visibility that haze is so good at doing.

amatamari© said...

Is an atmosphere suggestive!
Thanks and Happy New Year!!!
:-)

Ralph said...

This is a bit eerie. We usually associate smog with Los Angeles, not beautiful Ontario (like the license plates say). I hope the haze soon lifted above this beautiful farm. Happy New Year!

awarewriter said...

Nicely done scene. The lighting is perfect. Too bad it's from nasty particulates instead of water vapor (aka fog). Happy New Year.

Tricia said...

Fabulous effect work, as usual - It's beautiful!

judi said...

Happy New Yer! aah, Year. :)

Becky and Gary said...

What a beautiful effect EG. I like the fog anyway. I hope it cleared up.I must do Sepia sometime. I love it.

Happy New Year.
B.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great sepia pictures, EG.... Don't know if it looks hazy---or foggy ---or what.... Neat!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

maryt/theteach said...

EG, do you mean to say that you didn't edit this photo at all? It's a stunning photo! :)

Rambling Woods said...

It makes for an interesting photo, but the pollution can be awful... Michelle

Rose said...

EG, this is really lovely!

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