How perfectly appropriate ! Heading into another election cam-pain, errr, campaign, though it seems like Obama just got elected, it seems like no one has a clue as to what is going on, but all have their knives out for any back that is turned... Seems like the fog just keeps getting thicker. Is there hope ? Let's hope so, and meanwhile... onward through the fog !PS saw a couple of folks you know in Paris today, it was WONDERFUL... went to see a photo expo on the Qaui Branly, along the Seine... you may be able to find some info on it by Googling "Photoquai"
Beautiful! As Owen says, lets hope we all get through the fog... however thick it gets!
Cool moody shot, although it reminds me of my brain - watery and foggy!
We see the end of the pier and then fog but it seem like there must be something out there.
I like the composition with a nice frame., And the mist from the sea and is so moist. A photo titled very successful Regards.
This is absolutely the best photo I've seen since I-don't-know-when.
FogThe fog comeson little cat feet.It sits lookingover harbor and cityon silent haunchesand then moves on.Carl Sandburgfrom Chicago Poems, 1916
Talk about symbolism! Well, no need to talk about it as you've illustrated it so well.
This is a very neat image. Love the flag at the end of the pier.
This is a very powerful image! Great composition!
Nicely forlorn.We spoke about you. Were your ears ringing?
I just love fog shots. This one is stunning!
The images you capture always seem to lift me out of the fog . . .
Ditto on what Owen wrote in his first paragraph...I think this might be the most striking image everever of the American flag. It speaks to this time in its history, most definitely.