Ramblings and musings of a UK based Photographer
Oh, that is quite lovely. What a beautiful contrast.
So worth getting up and out early for. This is a beautiful picture. When we lived beside a small, marshy pond in NJ, I used to love seeing water birds, maybe a muskrat or two, and raccoons with the misty pond in the background.
I hear Errol Garner in the background :-)
:o) Twas a good morning for photography. Some of the other foggy pics I took were less pastoral and more 'the phantom raspberry blower of old London town'!
Oh my goodness...I did the SAME thing yesterday morning due to the fog. Wasn't sure how to exactly photograph it with my settings as it was all new to me. I see YOU have it figured out tho :). Will try to get some of mine posted next week. I like the pop of yellow with the tulips in the fog.
[captando a essência do mundo,na pequena gota, orvalho da manhã, quase poema!]excelente!Leonardo B.
How beautiful! Those bright and cheerful daffodils look like miniature suns, shining through the fog!There are daffs blooming here in town, and they're wonderful to see! But I especially love their smiling faces shining through the English fog! :-)
I can't stop making photos of all the pretty flowers that start to bloom at the moment. I wish I could find such a beautiful place as in your photo. Really great photo!!
A very beautiful shot. I love it very much! Have a great week!
Shots like this make it so worth it to get out early with the camera....very nice!
This photo is Fabulous !!!!!!http://nukkekotinukke.blogspot.com/2012/03/scavenger-hunt-sunday-253.html
Gorgeous shot!!! So well composed and (I know... I keep saying this about your shots, but they ARE!) so atmospheric. I could just keep looking and looking if I didn't have so many dishes to do... :o)Penny
Thank you :O)Penny - ignore the dishes, you know it makes sense!
At first I stopped at your cat Charlie's amazing eyes and then scrolled down to see the daffodils. Equally beautiful.
Many thanks :O)
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