Foggy morning fence (B&W) (clouds fog winter agriculture sky trees ). Photo by PlanetPest

Foggy morning fence (B&W)

Uploaded by: PlanetPest

Saturday January 16, 2010

Worthington, IN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I thought it looked kinda cool in Black and White, too. Since I couldn't make up my mind which I liked best, I posted them both

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PlanetPest

Hello everyone!I have loved taking pictures since I was a child, borrowing my Dad's Kodak 110...In February 2008, my big brother Dan bought me my first digital camera. Oh, what fun, to take all those pictures and not have to pay for film!My favorite subject is nature, and all that pertains to it. God has blessed me with the opportunity to see many beautiful things - from my backyard in the Midwest, to the places that I have been priviledged to visit.I'm still very much an amateur (did I even spell that right?) I guess, that gets a lucky shot once in awhile.Thanks to you all for sharing the wonderful things that you see and experience!

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