We’re going to start off the week by traveling to the top of a volcano in Bali. The background fog separates the rich shadows and green hues, and the contrast boosts the saturation, helping us to feel the atmospheric moisture in the scene.
It was difficult to pick today’s In Frame, but this image took me to an unexpected and much needed place of comfort and security. Brooke Linkow’s beautiful image and poetic caption, “And just like that it receded into the fog of a dream…,” lulls my mental tension and I am overcome with a sense of calm. I imagine myself floating above the lake feeling moisture from the fog and lake on my face, receding to the dream Brooke describes.
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This photo by Jean-Baptiste Sankara is simply beautiful. I’m enamored with the tonal aspect of the image, which completely portrays the mood of a foggy scene. The branches peering from the right edge are a wonderful final touch.
This image by Instagram user @thatpma looks like an Impressionist painting. I’m really fond of photographs that require the viewer to stay longer with the image to discover what is depicted in the scene.
And don’t forget to submit your best D.C.-area images to our 10th annual photo contest!
This shot of an abandoned Cadillac by Andrew Pasko-Reader looks like an old movie still, combining intrigue and beauty in a perfectly framed composition.