One foggy morning

During my vacation this week, I travelled with my kids and my new dog — we’ve changed her name to “Indie” — to visit my parents in Peterborough. We also visited nebcanuck, who attends Trent University in Peterborough.

One foggy morning, Indie and I took a long walk down a set of train tracks, and we got some fine photographs. Click the images to enlarge.


 

 

 

 

 

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. nebcanuck
    Aug 18, 2008 @ 12:01:12

    Nice shots. Funny that I didn’t see anything comparable that same day. I guess the ol’ photographer’s eye really does work differently! 😛

    And you can use my real name, by the way, unless your reason for so doing was to save confusion. But I have no qualms about having my name on the internet!

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  2. Zayna
    Aug 18, 2008 @ 19:04:31

    Hmmm, new dog and you’ve already taught her to use a camera?

    Just kidding. Those are some great pics.

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  3. nebcanuck
    Aug 19, 2008 @ 16:23:59

    Ha ha, Zayna. That earned a laugh! 🙂

    But haven’t you heard the old adage you can’t teach a new dog old tricks?

    Oh wait…

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  4. Zayna
    Aug 19, 2008 @ 18:34:57

    Thanks Nebcanuck, and your retort was equally amusing. 🙂

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  5. Stephen
    Aug 19, 2008 @ 20:13:55

    • nebcanuck / Ben:
    The photos were taken at a site in the opposite direction — we were walking away from Beavermead Park, out into the wilderness.

    I had two things working in my favour: few people go there, so nature is undisturbed; and it was a foggy morning, which supplied some interesting lighting. That’s what made it a better-than-average photo shoot.

    I have a few more photos to share from the same morning, which I’m saving for a follow-up post.

    • Zayna:
    Indie is like Yogi Bear, smarter than yer average dog!

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