Thursday, November 3, 2011

SkyWatch ~ Fog


Wake up in the morning, look out the window and see . . .
nothing???
Well, nothing but the closest roses to my window.


At least the fog camouflages most of the weeds . . .


You can hardly see to the end of the house . . .


whatever happened to my view?


The fence has faded . . .


so have the roses on the fence-line


the roses have disappeared on the arch and the paddock
beyond is just a blur.


Oh well, at least it's good for the plants to soak up all that moisture.



Happy SkyWatching everyone!

35 comments:

  1. Even with fog your roses are gorgeous.

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  2. I have to agree with Gaelyn, your roses are gorgeous even in the fog and I love all the greenery! Of course, gray and foggy skies look like mine do most of the time these days! Hope you have a good weekend, Arija!

    Sylvia

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  3. I love that archway Arija - the photo has left me wondering what is beyond it - and I can almost smell those roses.

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  4. Absolutely, Arija. Our world needs moisture! Hope your view returned later on in the day. Have a peaceful and blessed weekend. (((hugs))) Jo

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  5. These are all very beautiful shots. I love the way fog can add mystery to the world and your gorgeous flowers shine through it.

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  6. oh, but your garden is so beautiful!!! so lush!

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  7. Awesome! I do love the fog (like the hedgehog :)) and those roses are just beautiful in it! Only can dream about day like that...

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  8. Nice shots Arija! The gray fog really makes the foreground colors pop.

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  9. I love the foggy look - and what exquisite roses -well worth looking out the window for.

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  10. Soon this is what my world will look like. Starting sometime in December I can count on six weeks of low clouds and fog.

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  11. Fog as weed camouflage--I'll have to remember that!


    CONUNDRUM

    Imagine a world with no sky—
    Through what would the geese and crows fly?
    And where would bears go
    If there were no snow
    Falling to earth from on high?


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Big Weed, Little Sky

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  12. Wow I am so loving of your flowers. Happy Friday!

    SWF

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  13. I like early morning fog, these are terrific shots.

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  14. I love fog shots! These are just gorgeous Arija. I LOVE your roses, and the header is awesome!
    B.

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  15. Its one beautiful garden. The fog adds drama to the whole blooming environment.

    Enjoy your weekend!

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  16. Hi there - nice to see a solid sky for a change! None of the big open blue stuff - a nice mass of grey!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne.

    PS: Did my Johanna post encourage you to push your accommodation budget a bit? ;)

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  17. I love the quiet and introspective of a foggy day so I'm really liking these images Arija!
    Love the shot of the roses - just beautiful.

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  18. Dear Aria, I am delighted with this series of photos. Your garden is beautiful despite the fog and your roses are really lovely; a realy treat to eye in such foggy morning.
    Have a nice weekend!
    Meda

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  19. These are Gorgeous! LOVE those roses!! Have a great weekend!

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  20. beautiful roses! i love your foggy morning shots.

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  21. Aw it's summer!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  22. I can't help it. I love the fog. Little treasures that gradually come into focus like your roses are like flecks of gold in a white mine.

    Your stove photo is gorgeous!

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  23. Beautiful shots and, the fog makes them even prettier. Have a great weekend. Mickie

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  24. Oh the fog adds such a sweetness to these images, such a delicate veil of happiness to comfort those thirsty plants. The beauty of the roses, the yard so transported into a beauty that great sun light changes as quick as a whisper...lovely~

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  25. A touch of fog adds a nice touch to the view, we get so little of it here in Australia. Hope you are having a great weekend.

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  26. Do you live in paradise??? I bealive you do!!!! Fog? Ok! But it is beautifulll...no matter what!!!

    Goog Shots!
    BShell

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  27. I've enjoyed your misty morning photos. Hope the rest of your weekend goes well.

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  28. I am stopping by to say Hello..I missed a week with an awful GI virus and am just getting back on track.. My birds kept me company through the window as I rested on the couch.. Stay well...hugs..Michelle

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  29. Heisann!

    Fog can be romantic and fascinating...
    We had fog, too, on Saturday when we visited Lia

    (one of my 'side' blogs :
    http://livetilia.blogspot.com/2011/11/lia-i-november.html )

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  30. Cik skaisti attēli - dārzs miglā. Tāda romantiska un arī laimīga noskaņa. Mīlu rozes, nevaru vasaru sagaidīt, kad atkal viss plauks un ziedēs. Man gan jāsaka, ka šī ziema pie mums ir ļoti neparasta. Pagaidām ir samērā silti un pat sniega Rīgā nav. Vakar gan bija ļoti vējains un un vējš atnesa nelielu puteni, bet sniegs uzreiz nokusa un atkal dārzā ir zaļa zāle un pat dažas atraitnītes vēl zied.

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