Thursday, January 22, 2009

Watching My Life Go By



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Something about the light trail of this car taking the curve in the middle of the night reminded me of this great Michael Hedges album. That is the Aurora Bridge in the fog, seen from Westlake, cars occasionally flying by. The fog has been with us a week now!

11 comments:

Bibi said...

Very beautiful lines and atmosphere here, Kim.

Katney said...

You have made good use of the fog.

Nathalie said...

Kim I can see that my post echoes yours of two days ago (Solid Foundation). I am really happy about this. Thanks for your kind comments on my blog.

Your fog photos have been very interesting, the bottom of the needle disappearing in the fog was a good one and so is today's red trail.

Nathalie said...

Oh my, so many good shots: the YES WE CAN one, the celebration cookies and the brilliant golden fog in "a way through darkness" - the latter being the most technically satisfying from a photographic point of view. Ghostly but not spooky.

brattcat said...

There's something about that red horizontal arc elbowing into the gold infused night that makes me feel a little lonely, a little alert. So interesting, especially with your title in mind.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like this photo too.

Leave Your Mark Photography said...

Great capture. I love the red light trail!

Jilly said...

So marvelous. I just love the sweeping lines of this photograph - the curve going to we not know where and that beautiful iron bridge.

Small City Scenes said...

Cool shot. MB

Me and the Aurora Bridge go way back. (I know that is not correct grammer--but I like it that wway)

Chuck Pefley said...

interesting train of thought this photo evokes .........

Marc said...

Nice straight and curved lines and foggy lights in this one. Excellent.