Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “mist

Flame Over Fog

Flame Over Fog

 

There are parts of Vermillion Lakes that are open in the winter, due to a warm spring feeding the lake water. When the thermometer drops, the mist rises off of the water. The clouds are lit by the setting sun and have turned a brilliant red/orange. It doesn’t matter when I visit Banff National Park, I always find something great to photograph.

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Merganser Morning

Merganser Morning

 

From a few years back, dawn on Shuswap Lake in the fall. The mist rising in the cold morning air being lit by the first rays of the sun on the surface of the lake marks another day. You can barely make out the ridge on the far shore a a pair of mergansers paddle past.. The sunrise turns the mist a golden hue

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Mt. Ogden In The Mist

Mt. Ogden In The Mist

 

The fall brings bright colors to the foliage and interesting weather. The clouds and fog roll in on Mt Ogden on the right, but I know, up the valley lies Takkakaw Falls and the road usually closes in October, and another summer has passed without a trip up the valley, through the switch backed roads and up the side of the mountain to Canada’s second highest waterfall. More planning for next year.

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Island In A Sea Of Clouds

Island In A Sea Of Clouds

Coming down from a high plateau, sometimes there is a sight that amazes. The clouds and fog had rolled down the Thompson River valley, creating a river of mist. A hill was turned into an island.

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Into The Mist

Into The Mist

I like the way the a landscape can disappear into the distance with fog or mist. The layers stack up to give definition, leaving you with a feeling of mystery.

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