The pattern of freeze and thaw as Midwestern winter is (slowly) ending yields a particular beauty made of old snow, bare trees, puddles and fog.

A while ago, I got a new iPod Touch and loaded onto it the latest version of Lenka, a very simple black and white camera app.  It’s controlled by three sliders, one for contrast, one for tone (warm to cold) and one for exposure.  Relatively low contrast, very warm tone, and exposure as appropriate has turned out to be a very interesting combination for photographing  thaw and fog. 

And so the Lenka Fog Project was born.  Will Lenka will make beautiful music with the distinctive fogs of other times of year? I’m looking forward to finding out.

See more images in this continuing series by visiting my Instagram (@kekiongacomics) and searching for #lenkafogproject.  And all my Instagrams are automatically shared to my Official Facebook page,  (Remember that this is a public page– you do not have to be a member of Facebook to read and follow.)

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