Walking In The Fog

… walking in the fog.

It’s a saying I hear from time to time. It speaks about how we sometimes put one foot in front of the other, without the luxury of trusting that your eyes will guide you. Walking in the fog speaks about not trusting your eyes, but instead trusting your heart to lead you. It speaks of walking by faith and not by sight. It sometimes feel like the image below, and forces you to ask “Where the heck am I!

Through The Fog

Through The Fog

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10 Responses to Walking In The Fog

  1. Joana says:

    Love the mystery of your photo…almost looks like it could be a post-war aftermath picture, even though it’s bucolic at the same time!

    • slurryer says:

      Very kind of you to say. Bocolic… what a wonderful thing to say! Thanks. Have a look at blogger thornberrie. This was sort of in tribute to his photographic style.

  2. kay hummel says:

    I am interested in hearing more of your trials and tribulations with the Autocord. I just found one in near perfect shape at a yard sale. It was just too pretty to pass by, even though my last experience with a manually adjusted camera was over 40 years ago. Keep posting these great pics.

  3. I love the tree and the fog – great shot!

  4. elmediat says:

    Excellent composition. Beautiful balance and well established mood.

  5. Excellent shot and mood. It looks very eerie. Nice work.

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