Project Alicia : WW: Winter Fog

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

WW: Winter Fog

This is what winter looks like in South Carolina. It may not be white, but it's beautiful all the same.

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Some of these may be repeats for ya if you follow me on instagram. All photos were taken with my iPhone 5 and edited with the Free B&W Action by Rebecca of Bumbles and Light. (I have a few DSLRs I may share later.)

In case you missed it, I have a really fun giveaway going on through midnight, Thursday, Dec 13th from Photo App Builder- a one year subscription for a Photo App that works on all smart phones, valued at over $260. A fabulous way to promote and share photos. A perfect gift for your photog friends. Stop by and enter to win. Or just stop over and download the free 6 month trial!
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I also have a FREE Vintage Set of Holiday Cards. Consider it my gift to you.
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As always, thanks so much for stopping by! I appreciate the continued support and friendship. If we haven't already, let's connect:

This is Wordless Wednesday. Or in my case, Not so Wordless. You can grab my button in the sidebar but it is not required to participate. Just grab any photo and come link up! And if you'd like to connect with other WW participants, click HERE or one of the thumbnails below. It's a fun way to meet some new folks!

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83 comments:

  1. Wow, the first and last image are absolutely stunning!!

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  2. Lish @ ImprintalishTuesday, 11 December, 2012

    Love your photos as always :)Very moody and cool...in a good way!

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  3. Hmmm, for some reason it didn't post my last comment (I am thinking user error)! Love the first and last images, especially the last (there's just something about the webs)... :) 

    Happy WW!

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  4. I'm very impressed that these are iphone photos! I really love your moody style too, it's lovely :)

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  5. Stunning Alicia! I can't believe these were taken with an iPhone! Mad skills....

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  6. What gorgeous pictures! I love the black and white!

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  7. I think that the sights that you have captured in these images are truly remarkable. Much like music to ones ears, the sights that you capture have so much character and mood they unreal. They also give an insight to your thoughts at the moment that photo becomes captured. Absolutely amazing and if there was a definition of a true work of art, these photos would be at the top. Wonderful work Alicia  

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  8. Love these they are awesome!

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  9. Thanks so much Saun! 

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  10. Wow! Thanks so much Kurtis! I'm very flattered by your sweet words and so glad you appreciate my work. :)

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  11. Thanks Amanda! I'm very drawn to black and white these days...

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  12. Ha! Thanks so much! I often marvel at what I can produce with my phone. Loving all the new photo editing apps! ;)

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  13. Yep, iPhone 5. It's kinda amazing. I LOVE it in case you couldn't tell. ;) 

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  14. Sorry David. These commenting systems often have minds of their own. ;) Thanks for your thoughtful comment. Always appreciate your visits! 

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  15. Thanks Lish! Appreciate it! 

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  16. Beautiful photos, and I love the Christmas card templates!

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  17. I hope your eyes are back to normal - no, even better! :) Beautiful pictures, and thanks for the freebie!

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  18. Oh yah! I hope you get to use them! If not, just tuck them away. I'm sure they'll come in handy one of these days! ;)

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  19. Unfortunately I received some frustrating news at the doctor yesterday... I'm a slow healer. Sigh. So, I've been told it's probably going to take a minimum of 8 weeks. I've got some dollar store specs to help magnify the blurry mess until the seam heals, but lots of headaches. I'm doing what I can and I'll be sure to let ya know when I'm seeing perfect. ;) 

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  20. Oh gosh, these are gorgeous!  And I love your processing!  I rarely see fog around here...maybe I need to get up earlier ;)

    Thank you for the beautiful templates! Love them!!

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  21. So gorgeous! I thought they were taken with your DSLR that iphone 5 camera must be awesome. Hope you are doing well my friend.

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  22. I really love that spider web picture- so beautiful!

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  23. Oh that first shot is stunning. Thanks so much for the fun cards.

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  24. Great shots! They're somewhat haunting but beautiful! 

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    1. Great description, Trisha! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  25. Yeah, not much of a morning person myself but the fog's been sticking around longer lately. (I did get up at 7 on Saturday for these though... ) Glad you like the templates. You'll have to let me know if you use them! 

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  26. I am in love with the 5, but I jumped from the 3GS. Ha! Doing better every day, just not at the speed I'd like. Thanks for your kind words! 

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  27. Thanks Tara! One of my favs too. ;) 

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  28. Thanks Mary! And you're so welcome! 

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  29. Great description, Trisha! Thanks so much for stopping by! Appreciate your comment! 

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  30. Thanks Tammi! Happy WW!

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  31. spider webs are so miraculous, aren't they??

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  32. These are so freaking awesome, Alicia! So so beautiful!

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  33. ugh these are gorgeous!!! 

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  34. wonderful foggy pics! :) thanks for hosting! 
    http://tinaspicstory.blogspot.de/2012/12/stop-dont-move.html

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  35. Beautiful shots.  Here in OK it would be a really cold fog, so I get chilled just looking at your shots. 

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  36. The best of photography! i love it! 

    Rebecca

     

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  37. Well, I can't remember exactly but I think it was a high of 70 the day I snapped these. ;) SC has a pretty mild winter so it's much more pleasant to get out and snap pics! 

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  38. Thanks so much Marty! 

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  39. Thanks Charlotte. Appreciate the visit! 

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  40. Ugh Sarah? lol. I'm amazed by the quality of my iPhone! 

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  41. Thanks so much Kristi! That means so much to me coming from you! 

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  42. Yes, Jessica! The detail, the beauty... spiders are artists! And it's definitely a miracle! 

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  43. Thanks Emilee! Appreciate it. 

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  44. These are SO beautiful!!! You did such an amazing job. I could look at these for days.

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  45. Aww, thanks so much Faith! That means a lot to me! I wasn't sure how they would be received. My son thinks they're depressing, but I think fog is so beautiful! 

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  46. Thanks so much! Great description. :)

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  47. It really does, Stacy! It's definitely one of my favorite subjects! 

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  48. Thanks so much Rebecca! Appreciate your kind words. 

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  49. Absolutely gorgeous photos! Love the calm darkness of the winter. I'm in North Carolina, so it was cool to see that you are so close!








    Jamie
    http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

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  50. Beautiful!! This is a lot like what Maine looked like this morning, except we had frost on the trees along with the mist :) 

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  51. Beautiful Alicia and I love your vintage card design!!

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  52. That first image is simply breathtaking Alicia!  Wonderful images all of them.  Thank you for hosting the hop!  Sending warm wishes your way.

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  53. These are amazing. Love the black and white. Makes the fog really pop. 

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  54. Oh how lovely! I can almost feel that moist air, especially in that one of you looking out. I don't know why that one- but I can really FEEL what it was like there.  AMAZING! 

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  55. I particularly love the spider web! I am always fascinated by webs, but they are so hard to capture with a camera!

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  56. Ooh. I'm sure that was breathtaking. Hope you got out to capture it! ;)

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  57. Thanks so much Kristy! The photo shoot of my sweet nieces and nephews was the inspiration for the cards. 

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  58. Thanks! I am a lover of both fog and b&w so it seemed only logical to combine them. ;)

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  59. Probably my limp hair, lol. It was like 100% humidity and it just pulled the curls right out. Moist is an accurate observation, ha! 

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  60. They really are, but it never makes me want to stop trying. ;)

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  61. Beautiful foggy images.  They work well in black and white.
    Thanks for stopping by for our WW, too :)

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  62. One thing I miss about living in the desert is fog.  It is a very rare occurrence here.  I always loved walking around on a foggy morning.

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  63. Taking pictures in the fog is one of my favorite things to do. I adore your images. Especially your selfies. Mine never look that artistic. 

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  64. Your photos are so gorgeous!  I'm getting my first iPhone this week (it's a used iPhone 4, though), so I hope to learn how to take decent photos with it.  Happy WW!

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  65. What talent!  The spider web made me shiver. 

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  66. love that first one... that is a framer

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  67. Wow. Amazing shots as always. I can't say I have experienced any serene fogs like that on my end of SC. I love your macro shot of the spider web especially! 

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  68. Awesome shots as always! Thanks for hosting.

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  69. Fabulous photos. Love the spider webs!!

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  70. We lived in South Carolina when I was younger. No, there is no snow, but I do agree, it is still pretty all the same! I do miss it there!

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  71. I love the shadow on the lake from the trees! As always fabulous work here.

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  72. The first photo is gorgeous!! And your holiday cards are pretty cool too :))

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  73. catherine florendoThursday, 13 December, 2012

    fantastic holiday cards..timely

    visiting from wordless

    mine is up

    http://www.iwriteabout.com/wordless-wednesday-christmas-decors/ 

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  74. These B&Ws are so striking!! I especially love the spiderweb. 

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  75. The winter fog you have pixelled is just awesome!

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