Day 3: More Fog

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This 365 exercise may be harder than I first thought.  I was walking around town last night, becoming more and more anxious as the sun disappeared behind the horizon.  I let it wait to the last minute.  I did take one photo that wasn’t complete crap, just at the onset of twilight.  So this morning, when I was awakened shortly after 6:00 AM by two of my cats, and saw the fog had returned, I was quick to be out the door with my camera!

The fog lasted for over two hours, unusual for our area, and I made the most of it.  Everything was covered in a thick frost, giving the landscape an ethereal and ghostly quality.  I drove down highways and backgrounds, searching for photographs.  I got so excited, I nearly left my vehicle still in drive when I got out at one point.  The whole time I wished I knew people who I could call up and ask to come pose for portraits.  Too bad we can’t predict this kind of weather.

If you’re on Tumblr, then you can follow my 365 project at  Below are other photos I took this morning.






2016-52All photos taken with the Fuji X100T and are out-of-camera JPGs with the “classic chrome” preset.  The only post processing done was a bit of horizontal alignment and minor cropping on a couple images.

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I am a film photographer based in Prince Edward County. I make images of people, places, and things - you know, nouns.

2 thoughts on “Day 3: More Fog”

  1. Hi Jason, A good thing I found your blog, I browsed some of its content, initially because I was interested in the theme you’re using, but I started reading, and I liked how you reflect on being a photographer and the use of social media, in a way that I relate to. That, and I love the Fuji X100T : )
    All the best from Rotterdam,

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