Color photography on a monochrome day – or Walking in Winter Wonderland
A significant cold and misty day when everything was just white, gray and black.
But above the thick mist the sun might be assumed.
In an upcoming post I have some interesting double exposures from the same occasion …. 😉
Magical! So beautiful.
Thank you very much! 🙂
Fantastic compositions – and great colours, and as Chillbrook says “magical”
Thanks a lot! Glad you like them.
wow, so beatuiful and dreamy, fantastic colours!
Thanks a lot Evelyn! 🙂
Really superb Marie. I especially like the first.
Thanks a lot! That’s my favourite too… 😉
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thank you so much! 🙂
Makes me want to be there.
Thank you very much! It’s actually quite nice… At least when it’s not snowing all the time… 😉
Beautiful Marie and very cold looking. Love the colors on the first shot. Needless to say most people from this part of the world wouldn’t dream of walking out in that weather, instead they would be more inclined towards hibernation. There again, they do think that 15 degrees is cold here.;-)
I guess it’s just what we are used to… I don’t think I could manage your temperature all year around either…
Thanks a lot for your kind comment!
Have a great day!
Oh, I love wintry days like this, when the colors are barely there. So beautiful, Marie.
Thank you very much Luddy! 🙂
Thanks a lot!! 🙂
Fantastic. Beautiful atmospheres !
Thank you very much! 🙂
The first image is worthy of being made into a large print and put on a wall. Its absolutely stunning. One can almost feel the ice cold rain hitting them in the face looking at this image.
Thank you very much Jeff! 🙂
I can’t find the words for it in english, but the cold mist did that, if felt like tiny needles in the face. The sun tried to shine through, but it never made it…
I don’t know what to say other than really stunning!!!!!
🙂 Thanks a lot!
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Oh my, I love the first one! Delicate lines, delicate colors, and the mere look at it makes me shiver in cold (and a bit admiration what you do with this film) 🙂
Thank you very much!
It was so terribly cold that colors arose that really was not there. A refrigerant phenomenon which occurs in cold and damp weather. And yes, I’m in love with this film….. 😉
these are so beautiful…so delicate and soft and I like how portra played so well with this condition. Bravo Marie!
Thank you very much Grazie! 🙂
Sorry for late answer, but you know, holidays and lazy days when life interrupt…
Thank you!! 🙂
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As always, in your posts winter looks more like a gift from nature than… than any of the words I typically have to say about winter.
Thank you very much Steve! 🙂
If it’s any consolation, it was not so great to be in the middle of it, even though it was very beautiful ……
At this time, when I took the picture, it was about minus 20 degrees celsius, and the pain in the fingers soon became unbearable.
But, nothing bad that doesn’t come with anything good, the colors where just crazy beautiful….