One Grey and Misty Morn

November began with heavy mist. But I refused to stay home.

Mist, like layered veils: 1st Nov 2019

Beyond the farmer’s field, the trees and hills strain to be seen through the mist.

Mist: one of the titles in #2019picoftheweek challenge. For details see MariaAntonia

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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32 Responses to One Grey and Misty Morn

  1. Dale says:

    Love those dreamy pics…

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  2. There is something magical about taking a walk in the misty mornings through the green lanes of Nature. 🙂

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  3. Nicely done Crispina! We have a very dense fog going on here in California in the Bay Area especially this morning. I find it to be quite calming and healing! 😀 ❤

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  4. Jen Goldie says:

    Everyone has said what I’d say. It’s beautiful and haunting. ❤🌾

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  5. That mist is wonderful! I love it.

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  6. The depth of the field of vision is made even more apparent by the layers of mist. Very cool.

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  7. Joy Pixley says:

    I agree with the others — the mist is dreamy and haunting and mystical. And much more romantic than the thick fog I saw when I arrived at the Sacramento airport yesterday, which just looked spooky (in a good way). Luckily — for driving safety, that is — it cleared up not far from the airport, and I had a lovely sunny day.

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    • I thank you, Joy, And you are back from your travels? Or is this only a mid-month break?

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      • Joy Pixley says:

        I was back for four days, and it was a whirlwind of work and laundry and packing, and now I’m off at another conference. I had figured in an extra day for sightseeing (before I realized the timing was so close to the earlier travel) but now I am both suffering from an awful head cold and snowed under with work, so it looks like I’ll be working in my hotel room all day, and napping as much as I can. Once the conference starts this evening it will be high energy non-stop for four days. It’s my favorite conference usually, but I’m feeling worn out just thinking about it.

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      • Sounds exciting yet hectic. I hcan feel the adrenaline. I thank the powers that that’s no longer my life! But… enjoy.

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      • Joy Pixley says:

        I usually love these conferences and conventions but boy, this is getting to be too much even for me. And when I get home, it’s the start of the holiday season, with all the social events that that entails. Plus end of the year deadlines at work added on top. Yeah, I can see why you’re glad to be out of it!

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      • It exhausts me just to think of it. Yet I used to think I thrived on it. No, I think it a lie I told to myself to keep myself going.

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      • Joy Pixley says:

        That can be a coping strategy, yes. I really do get energized by this conference and by travel — most of the time — but it turns out that the dosage makes the difference.

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      • Yea, it’s the dosage, agreed

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