Saturday, January 03, 2009
Life in Bloggingham Palace,
Simply breathtaking Mimi! The wispiness and the layering of the fog is lovely!
sounds like a great day for cocooning.
What a beautifully magical morning!
What Lois said. I'd snuggle up and just enjoy the day. Hope that's what you do. It's back to the grind come Monday. Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)
Great shots Mimi, love the tree silhouettes in the fog. Your rock'en the royal camera! :D
Another blogging friend of mine, Mighty Mom at My Wonderful Life posted pictures about fog today and had some lovely sentiments to go along with them. If you get the chance, go check them out! Also, Princess Patti and I have been kicking around the possibility of a road trip to Blogginham for that slumber party you mentioned maybe in March when the kids would be home to take care of Ralph. What's your schedule look like around mid-March, your Highness?
It is SO much better than all the snow I see outside my studio. Great pics!
Much more 'magical' than the FOG in my neighborhood yesterday shared in my Haiku Sky Watch Friday post.Hugs and blessings,
There are days when the gloom settles in around us here, and because of the trees surrounding us it seems like we're in some remote place with no one else around.I love the way that feels.
Your photos are breathtaking!
beautiful and haunting! Love the images, we had an amazing foggy morning yesterday but unfortunately i was driving to work without a camera. Ugh
Beautiful! There's something about a mist :O)
Those are gorgeous! I want to live where you live! I either want to live somewhere totally rural or right in the heart of a big city. The Burb's kinda give me hives =)
Wow. Cool pics.
Julie - Maybe there are blue peace globes flying around the castle giving off a blue aura. Cue Star Trek music please.
Lois - It was a great cocoon day...
Shannon - It did seem magical.Sandee - Don't remind me.Roger - I point and shoot. But I'm learning. Thanks.
Linda - My schedule is looking good for March. Sounds like a plan! That would be so awesome.
Bud - Be safe.Happily - I will check it out.Travis - That's exactly how it felt this morning.Nurse- Glad you enjoyed them.Muse - The camera must go wherever I go.
Babs - The mist....yep. There's a great song called Misty Morning too.
Starr - Thanks. I am in the middle of nowhere on three acres of trees. The house is at the foot of a little mountain but high enough to feel like I'm up in the trees still when I walk outside. I love the privacy. I should have posted McLachlan's "Answer" with these pictures. Cast me gently into morning sounds about right....
Charles- It's nice being cool.Grin.
fog in the morning is wonderful isn't it?
Very ominous and yet very pretty!
Katherine - This morning it was incredibly thick and blue....maybe there are peace globes hovering around.OK. MIMI. Snap out of it and put down the Chardonnay.
Tammy - Great word to describe it. It was!
Thank you for sharing the magic. The early morning hours have always been my time of day for just this reason.
your photos ARE magical! I never see much in the morning till I drink that pot of coffee meem! (btw.. I am SO happy to be able to leave a comment! I read u often on goog. reader, but my computer freezes up when I visit, I am on my sons and NO freezing! )
Beautiful pics. Fog is so mysterious!
I absolutely love days like that - they really do have a magical quality to them. Makes you want to stare out the window while huddled inside next to the fire with a blanket wrapped around you (and if you're lucky, a certain special someone)...
That blanket of blue stretched all the way to Raleigh, Your Highness. But I'm happy to report that it burned off in time for me to visit the State Capital with my photography group and get some interesting photographs in the afternoon. Fog is kind of neat, but it doesn't give a lot of opportunities for variety in photography. :0)
Gorgeous phog photos, Mimi. Or is that fog fotos?Such mystery in them. I don't know about long drives, though. Duchess Linda is jumping the royal gun here.
Oh, wow!! That kind of weather speaks to me. I really need to go back to England. It's where I belong...
WOW!!! These are such breathtaking photographs of the fog. You have really captured the eerie feeling. It is like a scene from Sleepy Hollow. Stunning!
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