I love misty mornings like this one!Beautiful pics.Fra
I like misty mornings, too. Everything takes on a new and mysterious air.
It was still dark with I walked Rory this morning - in fact it's still quite dark out here. I wear a headlamp, as it's easy to trip on our paths, or to bump into a tree! We've had a fair amount of fog in the last week, but mostly in early evening.
Hello Judith, a fun and mysterious morning:-)) Fog reminds me of being a kid... I grew up in LA and we had such heavy fog we would run allover the playground and "hide" from each other.. The frost on your Hydrangea is beautiful:-))Bella
Judith, The hydrangea photo is fabulous! The ice crystals are so delicate. You are right, as we blog, we do indeed become more observant. I'll bet that before you started blogging you would not have taken a camera along when you walk your dog. Now, though, NOT having a camera can mean missed opportunity. Have a nice weekend, Judith!Blessings, Beth
Hi Judith, I was out this morning trying to capture the ghostly shapes in the mist and fog. Love the first shot. Take care, Jen
I love the photo of the tree. It is frameable in my book.
Oh, gorgeous! I love the frost on the hydrangea, Judith. We've had a lot of rain and it's been warm so ours aren't very dry yet. Thanks for sharing your lovely walk! (no news on the hot tub front. :)) – g
I love foggy morning photos-especially your first one.Carolyn
How beautiful! I love your last photo, Judith. Gorgeous!Wishing you a lovely day,Zuzu
OMGoodness, I LoVe the photo of the hydrangea with ice crystals!I'm inspired to try and glitter my dried one.Thank you for the sweet comment on my blog and the beauties you share on yours !
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