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The battle of the foggy blog photos

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Mark Cummings | 12:16 UK time, Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Can you make a foggy issue a little clearer please?

This Tuesday my reporter Mark Smith spent the morning dipping in and out of the mist. The topography of the county means we have such a contrast in light and shade on these autumnal mornings.

He took a host of photographs...however so have many of you...so which gallery is the best? There's only one way to find out. FIGHT!!!!

1. These views in Aston Down, Barrow Wake, Chapman's Cross, Cirencester College and Duntisbourne Leer were taken by Mark:


Gloucestershire in the fog

2. While these views from Painswick Beacon, and of May Hill, were taken by Rich Tebb, Dave Williams and John Wilkes:


Images of Gloucestershire in the fog.


Which is best? You decide! Email me at:cummings@bbc.co.uk

Updated...Wednesday 17th

Ian says he prefers Mark Smith's attempts... he loves the composition and the colours

However Mike claims the listeners photos are better...specially the dreamy island shot

Jonathon emailed in to say Mark's photos are better... they generally have better colour and clarity and are better composed. There is a use of lead-in-lines, foreground interest and negative space.

Rich his vote between the two galleries has to go to Mark, especially the one of the frosty field with a bare sapling in the foreground - simply beautiful...well done

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