Thanks for the encouraging comments everybody. Actually I've always done a bit of landscape here and there. This one's strictly a study in the colors of dawn light. In my own estimation, B&W converts it into a dull collection of brush and moss. One thing you can learn from Ansel is that to do good landscape in B&W you need a primary focal point. Without color, this just doesn't have one.
To answer Dave's question: Street's still my favorite genre, but here in Florida I have to go a fair distance to get to where I can do street. Ideally I'll get over to St. Augustine for a couple days before long and be back on the street. In the meantime, the little Palatlakaha river that runs through this retirement community is fascinating when the light is right. Oh, and the D800 helps a lot, Dave.
Here are two more. The great blue landing in the treetops was descending at first light. The great blue in the foggy river is a cliché, but sometimes you just have to go ahead and shoot a cliché.