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FROM READERS: A foggy morning

Tuesday, July 10, 2012 | 10:00 a.m. CDT
Photographer Greg Arendall photographed this bridge on a foggy morning in Boonville.

Greg Arendall is a photographer with a studio located in New Franklin. Recently, Greg contributed these photos from a shoot at Diana Bend Conservation Area.

One of the quotes I like is "all the world's a stage." In the realm of photography this is so true. An object or landscape can remain unchanged for decades but how we see that object changes daily, sometimes hourly, under the influence of light and weather conditions.

One foggy morning I ventured out to several locations around Boonville to see what was worth capturing. I started at a historical cemetery overlooking the Missouri River and ended in the Boonville River along its bank. Without traffic I was able to see streets stark in their absence of movement. The fog itself added an eerie film noir flavor to the morning's atmosphere.

This story is part of a section of the Missourian called From Readers, which is dedicated to your voices and your stories. We hope you'll consider sharing. Here's how. Supervising editor is Joy Mayer.

Photographer Greg Arendall captured this cemetery on a foggy morning in Boonville.
Photographer Greg Arendall photographed these power lines on a foggy morning in Boonville.

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