Sunday, May 23, 2010

Foggy Night

16 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Great cinematographic shot!

Mojo the Adventure Dog said...

Great shot!

Amy said...

It's noir in a photo. The definition of it. Fantastic shot.

BANJO52 said...

Superb, K. Reminds me of a lonesome mountain road. And maybe something maternal about shapes in the dark and the textures that the lights move through.

LD said...

One dark night in 1961, Betty and Barney Hill were driving back to Portsmouth from Quebec. There were few other cars on the road when suddenly they observed a bright light in the sky...

Bob said...

A car driving through the legs of a giant woman? Grow up.

Petrea said...

...hmm. Someone is seeing things that aren't there.

Anyway.

What a great shot. I wish I knew how you did that.

Lincoln Castricone said...

Nice!

Tash said...

Cinematography of the 40's made splendid today.
I recently saw a movie - cannot recall the title or much of the movie but one shot of the front of an old car - bit of fender, bit of bumper - from street level looking up at the stairs leading to a Victorian type house is what I will always remember.

Owen said...

Haunting worlds of mystery in the night...

Debi said...

A beautiful example of how much can been seen and felt in minimalism. Lovely.

Ken Mac said...

wow!

Virginia said...

Damnation!
V

altadenahiker said...

You're so smooth.

Ken Mac said...

thanks for nice words at my joint, K. It's either my 5D or 7D. Did you take this current shot at 3am is it appears? !!

Shanna said...

I really like this one!