Wednesday, 17 November 2010

My World Tuesday on a Wednesday - November fog

Fog transformed our view of the world on Tuesday, lending mystery and enchantment.
All day damp tendrils clung to grasses and leaves, giving a soft focus to all. Scents of passing animals lingered in the still air, exciting the noses of our faithful friends. Sounds carried clearly through the mist – the sharp bark of a far-off dog, rustlings and creakings in the undergrowth. 
Thin shaves of ice rimmed the ponds, the water reflecting a pale sun valiantly trying to burn through.
Trees loomed like silent friendly giants, sheltering birds in their strong arms.
A patch of bright green showed off its sparkling diamonds, the taller grasses around protecting the treasure.
The sun made one last brave attempt to challenge the haze, casting its shafts between the branches of the dark trees, to no avail. It was too late. The day - a November day of quiet and solitude - had been slow to awaken and would soon return to slumber. 

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11 comments:

  1. thanks for stopping by and admiring our "baby". i love the photos of the refelctions in the fog. they are all beautiful photos.

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  2. Your photos inspires me to dream about the mysterious and fairy tale land behind the mists. Your words are very poetical too. Beautiful combination of words and pictures!
    Thank you for your visit and comment.

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  3. These photos are gorgeous, stunning. I especially loved the 4th & 5th - perfect reflections in the 4th, and the 5th, just amazing, those ghostly trees watching over the figure walking. Beautifully captured.

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  4. Lovely, Janice. The word that comes to mind is "ethereal" but I can't enlarge upon it.
    I think of the dogs hearing far-off noises that come to them on foggy days. What do they think? Or, perhaps they hear those far-off sounds every day, but humans don't.
    Fog is mysterious, and makes one wonder.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  5. I love this foggy shots. Beautiful autumn scenes.

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  6. These photos are so beautiful. They make me wish I could have been there standing in awe.

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  7. you definitely made the best of that weather - the pictures came out great! I really love fog..well, for short periods of time. These photos are so pretty and that reflection is flawless!

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  8. Wow - these foggy photos are just magic! Pure magic!

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  9. I love these, especially the reflections in the 3rd and 4th ones.

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  10. the fog gives us chances to image things, lovely shots.
    awesome writing.
    carry pride and have a smiling day...

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  11. keep it up.

    I am your follower, welcome follow us back.

    hope to see you at our week 11 potluck tonight.
    we are open Sunday, American central time 8pm and remain open until Wednesday 8am.

    any poems are welcome,
    linking in early would be of most beneficial to have your work read and commented by fellow participants.

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