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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Fog


This morning, looking out our front windows.

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  1. Not much looking could come due
    As the fog covered you
    Well you could look
    Just not see much at your nook

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    1. Couldn't see a thing out there.
      Not a house, car or a bear. haha.

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  2. Not much to see ... lol ... yet very mystical and beautiful ... makes me think about some mediaval times almost ... I have no idea why ... just sharing the very first thought :-) ... ps: yes happy lazy mornings over here despite the rain ;-)

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    1. I can totally see a knight on a horse coming out of that! :)

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  3. What state are you in? A unseasonably warm 70 degrees in central Virginia today.

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    1. I'm in Ohio. We were in the 50's today....unseasonably warm for February!

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  4. Fog has always intrigued me. I don't care to drive in it, but just to view it some how soothes me. :-)

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    1. I feel the same way....it's beautiful and mysterious! Driving in it isn't fun, though!

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  5. Great capture Betsy. It just keeps raining here....Floods, mud slides, not fun in Central California. We are safe where we are but everything is getting so saturated...

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  6. That's what I woke up to also. Once it was gone, though, it was a beautiful day!

    Marla

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    1. That's the way it was here...beautiful sunshine and I opened some windows for a little while!

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  7. So you were all of a fog . . . lol
    Breathtaking view . . . lol . . .I'd have turned over and gone back to sleep . . . haha

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    1. We say, "you were IN a fog" :)

      With the boys home and the cats jumping on my bed to greet me, there wasn't any going back to bed here. haha....

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    2. We say that too . .
      Yes I can imagine it . . . . no chance of going back to the land of nod.
      I gathered the day improved a little later there.
      I got a lot done on the tree bench . . . on a roll . . :)

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  8. So? That is normally the scene that greets me more or less every day now when I pull back the curtains.

    Oh clouds above me
    Where are the birds that used to sing?
    Everything's wrong
    Don't lake the dreams to which I cling.
    Oh Where is the Sun?

    Billie Holiday - WHERE IS THE SUN?

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    1. You'd think she was British with a song like that! haha.

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    2. Haven't seen it for a while ~ is it still round? . . . lol

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    3. What, the song? I have no idea! You old guys should know....

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    5. The sun . . . . lol
      Old guys indeed . . . . haha

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  9. OH my....glad it cleared up for you!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Didn't bother me since I was home all day....kinda fun to see!

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  10. It's so pretty! I may be strange but I love a foggy morning!

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  11. So beautifully mysterious... and spooky, too!

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    1. It kind of is, isn't it? Especially at night!

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  12. Hi Betsy - gloomy, eerie and lovely .. but it makes a change - our Downs are shrouded in thick mist once again this morning .. cheers Hilary

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    1. help...must be a British thing...

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    2. The low chalk hills in Southeast England are called The Downs. Not a lot of trees, mainly pasture. Quite beautiful. I have a gorgeous painting that a British/Canadian friend of mine did of sheep on The Sussex Downs. So peaceful.

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  13. Looks like a Halloween post Betsy!! We are having the weirdest weather here..it is in the 70s all week. Definitely an early spring as Beauregard the Ground Hog in Atlanta predicted.

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    1. lol....that's the perfect description.

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  15. I love the mystic look of fog!! blessings ~ tanna

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  16. I really enjoy foggy shots. It adds such an eerie feel to the photo. Nicely captured!

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  17. I dont like so much fog make me feel sad I dont know why :(

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