Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Fog rolled in. . . . . . . .



We don't get fog here often. 
This morning it's quite thick, a white blanket veiling the
 garden and trees beyond. 
 Silence is heavy only interrupted by occasional birdsong.
It should lift by afternoon, get warm and possibly rain lightly.
Snow is not in the forecast here for the remainder of February,
I do believe springtime is on the way.


From the garden - a foggy morning via iPhone


12 comments:

  1. Can't come fast enough for me, but I do like the foggy atmosphere.

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  2. Your head is stunning, Mary. Yes, bring on spring! We're in the midst of a freeze here.

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  3. I love the wispy appearance of the trees behind your summerhouse - what sort of weather are you expecting on your soon to be trip?

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  4. I love foggy days .. I love the color of your little garden house ..

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  5. That is a heavy fog, and the little garden house looks so pretty there with the mist swirling around.

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  6. We have had fog for days but this afternoon it lifted and the sun came out!

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  7. Well springtime was on it's way to Portland and then did a turn about and now we are back to winter. It snowed all day today, but very wet. In the morning it should look like a Christmas card. Oh dear, my poor crocus and daffodils. There is something I love about morning fog on occasion. It is the kind of morning you just want to linger a little longer than usual with a warm cup of something and cozy slippers on the toes. Hope the sun came out for you.

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  8. Your beautiful potting place looks absolutely beautiful no matter weather. I bet you are anxious to get going on your garden.

    I meant to send you an email abut the latest happenings with us both. I will-promise. In the meantime...love to you and B.

    Jane x

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  9. I do like fog - unless it lasts for days (which rarely happens here). It lends the environment such an atmosphere, almost magic.

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  10. I love your little garden shed! And the fog made it look like a fairytale illustration!

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  11. the fog makes your garden all the more magical, Mary!

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  12. Hi Mary, we experience this phenomena as well only we call it mist. Normally we wake up to it and it burns off by 8.30am. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your kind comments. It's been almost three months since my husband's passing and I still can't believe he's no longer with me. But I have an incredible support system around me where I live and blogger friends have been amazing as well. Enjoy your boat trip. Jo

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