Thursday, December 4, 2008

Fog Hugging the Boise River

That bank of fog is hugging and hiding the Boise River. The water in the foreground fills an old gravel pit. Gravel has long been dug up near rivers in Idaho. This view is from the "first bench." The plateaus stepping up from the river are called "benches" in our town.

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  1. It looks so peaceful. Beautiful!

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  2. I'm with Jim, Brrrrrrr! I think I was still in bed when you took that one Debbie.

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  3. Amazing shot. When I first looked at it, I thought the water in the foreground was the river. Do you change/enhance any of the colors via PhotoShop (or other software)?

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  5. Mojo - I enjoyed your bridge discussion the other day. It's funny you mention colors because I was thinking there wasn't very much color in that picture. I cropped it, that was all. I didn't see the oranges in it until I took it out of the camera. It was an early morning shot.

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  6. Oh wow, that is beautiful. I love all the layers.

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  7. Do you ever go in for a dip?

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  8. Hi Kris. I've been in the water lots of times...in the summer. Rafting and floating down the river in an inner tube is free entertainment.

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