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Thursday, April 21, 2011

snapshot...




fog in the back meadow






44 comments:

  1. Fog is so mysterious and alluring.....so beautiful.

    Have a good day!

    -Gail

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  2. Soft and quiet...we don't get much fog here in the rockies! Photos like this make me long for foggy misty days back home on the Oregon Coast. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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  3. Hi Joan, Dan, and Ella: I love the picture! Was it snapped today? I cannot believe how windy it is here! So much for raking the front yard.....Cindy

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  4. That image is amazing! Love what the fog does around here.

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  5. hi Cindy!
    No, it was taken earlier this week. Since we are on a hill we get lots of fog here! And, it is "wicked";) windy here today too, and my masons are working on the very top of the chimney:O!

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  6. That is so ENCHANTING!!!

    I love foggy mornings... I could get lost in it, it is a world all it's own.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Carissa

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  7. joan...your beautiful photo makes me love the idea of home even more... especially snuggling in with a tea and a good book. the ocean fog visits here often...thank you for sharing. -xok.

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  8. Great photo! The fog always makes me think of the poem by Carl Sandburg.
    Wishing you and your family a wonderful Easter.
    Babs

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  9. Loved the post! Drop by to see our fabulous giveaway of a subscription to Traditional Home Magazine! You don’t want to miss out on this fantastic prize.
    Best,
    Liz

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  10. Wonderful! dreamy ... haunting .. lovely.

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  11. Wow. I love foggy mornings. Something I really miss now that I live in a city with no weather. Beautiful.

    ♥ sécia
    www.petiteinsanities.blogspot.com

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  12. Love these Joan! Thank you so much for the great comment you left the other day - you are such a dear. I think I'm starting to gather up some blogging mojo thanks to you. ;)

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  13. Awesomely eerie...makes me think of Stephen King :)
    That is a fabulous photo though. Did you notice how quite it is when it's that foggy?

    Kinda cool.

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  14. Great photo, Joan. Perhaps enlarge it and frame it in silver?

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  15. gorgeous. Happy Easter, Joan!
    Heidi @ Show Some Decor

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  16. Great photo...makes me feel like yesterday when we lived in CT. We have lots of fog here too on the coast, but it's way different from the fog in the meadow. Beautiful!

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  17. I have so enjoyed following your renovation journey. You have created a truly spectacular home. Last weekend while visiting my son at Proctor in Andover NH, we did some driving to visit a school in Caanan with my other son. I kept hoping that somewhere on our travels we would spy your lovely house and I could drop a note in your mailbox. I am in awe and look forward to the continuing saga.
    Best,
    Pat

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  18. Absolutely beautiful Joan. You live in heaven on earth, you know that don't you! A-M x

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  19. Beautiful shot. Maybe it's a harbinger of spring? I hope!

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  20. This is so beautiful! I would have it printed very large and framed.

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  21. Looks so much like the picture you took in Colorado and had blown up for us to put in our hallway.. Simply gorgeous!

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  22. Boy that's some intense fog! Makes you feel like someone or something will come walking out any moment...I love the mystery it creates!

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  23. Oh wow! Gorgeous!! Absolutely gorgeous!

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  24. surreal photo Joan- especially because I have the music from Joy's blog playing when I wandered in this evening to catch up with you.
    btw the Japanese floats post was so interesting great family connection and the history of how you came to collect good read. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. It's a beautiful shot but you must be as ready for spring as I am!
    xo J~

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  26. beautiful photo joan. it looks cold there but very mysterious too. this is out your back door? i think you live in paradise.

    xo
    janet

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  27. worthy of a beautiful frame and a place of honor in your home, I'd say.

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  28. Beautiful photo. It doesn't get as cold here but sometimes in our little valley we get a morning fog in winter. I love to go out and get the weekend paper and just drink in the view.
    Kind Regards
    Karen

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  29. Hmm...and nary a palm tree to be seen.

    Happy Easter!

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  30. thanks all!!!

    Janet- the photo was taken from the upstairs master bedroom porch!

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  31. just beautiful!

    love you!!!
    Jenny

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  32. There's a quietude of emotion in this pic. Just gorgeous, Joan. There used to be a grove of eucalyptus on a nearby street where the fog would hang on mist-filled mornings, creating a blurred beauty. Loved it!

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  33. fog...so alluring and mystical. Beautiful photo. Happy Easter!

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  34. Beautiful photo, Joan! It looks like a painting. Happy Easter!
    Deborah

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  35. I stumbled across your blog and have been reading avidly! The restoration of your house is incredible. We lived in your town for 12 years (in a new home) before moving to Walpole NH where we have been restoring an old house for the past 13 years! It's fun to see your house among the landmarks I know so well. Welcome to NH.

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  36. Beautiful. My junior advanced English class read some of Washington Irving this year, and this photo looks like it would fit wonderfully into the stoy, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow."

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