Banks of the Connecticut in Fog

© Stephen F. Kahrs

Banks of the Connecticut in Fog

Uploaded: January 16, 2005


f/4.5; 1/1000; 100 ISO; Focal Length 28mm on a 28-135mm Canon IS USM lens. This is a shot of the east bank of the Connecticut River as seen from Founder's Bridge. This was a very foggy day.


Leanne M.E. Boyd January 16, 2005

I love the mood Stephen! #205923

Stephen F. Kahrs January 16, 2005

Thanks Leanne. I'm finding more and more that foggy days are ideal for shooting! #1037332

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