Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - Misty Morning

The view across the fields from my bedroom window, one misty morning recently

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  1. Aww that is a beautiful view! Thanks for sharing!
    Happy new year!
    Verena

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  2. What a peaceful photo :-)

    Happy New Year :-)

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  3. Interesting gazebo, it very much resembles a bird cage hosing a bird bath :) lovey winter image..

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  4. Great photo!

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2011/12/wordless-wednesday-pampered-chef.html

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  5. What a lovely scene. & such a beautiful folly in the garden; it looks just like a birdcage. Thanks for sharing, & have a serene WW & a Happy New Year.

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  6. That's a really lovely and peaceful scene.

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  7. Thank you! We call it the birdcage too! We even joked about putting a large stuffed parrot or owl in it - but that would probably irritate the buzzards and red kites and just shows how silly our sense of humour is!!! Have a wonderfully happy New Year, and good luck with your continued campaign against censorship :)

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  8. LOL - yes, it does resemble a birdcage and we originally placed a bird bath in it - but later replaced it with a sun dial! Happy WW :)

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  9. Thank you Steve!

    Happy New Year to you too :)

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  10. Is that snow in the foreground? 

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  11. Love the photo! It looks so peaceful there.

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  12. ohhhh what a fantastic shot! thanks for sharing!

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  13. Oh, how lucky you are to have such a fabulous view! Found you on Aquariann's blog.

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  14. Very beautiful scene and photo.  I really need to buy a lens filter so I can capture mist.  Every time I try it just fogs up my camera :/

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  15. Wow. That's a beautiful shot. It looks so serene. Following you on google+... Hope it's ok to "snoop" around for a bit. Gotta check out that jewelery.

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  16. Erika, that is such a peaceful image!  Thank you for sharing and hosting the hop!

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  17. what an amazing site to wake up too...

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  18. nice shot
    http://tinaswordlesswednesday.blogspot.com/

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  19. How lovely.  I wish I a view like that from my window.

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  20. Wonderful view and perfectly captured.  Happy WW.

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  21. That is beautiful!  Happy WW!

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  22. I'm intrigued by the lovely gazebo.
    Have a great day!

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  23. What a gorgeous view you have!

    Here's my WW:
    http://ttoria.blogspot.com

    TToria
    xo

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  24. what a beautful site to see each day. the mist adds some romance.

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  25. I know, I'm SO lucky to live in such a beautiful place!

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  26. Thanks Viktoria! Love your blog, by the way, and learned a lot today about audio books!

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  27. Thank you very much!! Hope you had a good WW :)

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  28. Hi Rhonda - not snow, but a very heavy dew! The ground was so white I thought here had been a hard icy frost, but it was tiny droplets of water catching the light and making it look like snow!

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  29. Thanks M G - it is the most peaceful place in the world to me!

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  30. Glad you like it, thanks for dropping by!

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  31. Thanks Megan - and thanks for dropping by! I'm still embarrassed that I didn't spot the missing tree in your photo this week - it's so obvious when I look again!!!!!

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  32. Thanks Terri! When you live in the UK a lens filter is an absolute must, since it's almost always raining, drizzling or misty! I just use a simple UV filter and it works a treat. Thanks for stopping by!

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  33. Thank you Susi - and please snoop around as much as you like - delighted to see you here!

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  34. A pleasure Leah, so glad you were able to drop by!

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  35. It is, isn't it! Sometimes I think I'm the luckiest girl in the UK!

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  36. Thanks Harriet! We spotted the gazebo in an antique shop and instantly fell in love with it and bought it on impulse! Fortunately, most of my impulse buys are a little smaller :)

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  37. Thanks Rumpy, nice to meet you! My cocker spaniel's best friend is a malamute called Martha

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  38. Thanks - I love to watch the view changing with the seasons, and never tire of  photographing it (though my blog readers probably will!!!!!!!

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  39. Thanks Tina - I loved your lily compilation picture this week!

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  40. Thank you Dominique, and thank you for dropping by!

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  41. Thank you Meghan! Think I was lucky to catch the mist, I'm not usually an early riser, LOL!

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  42. Thanks Joyce! Not quite as appealing as your "Brian" though, LOL!

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  43. Very peaceful - in fact, we're so used to the peace and quiet we find most places too noisy and can't get off to sleep when we're away from home!

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  44. This is stunning! The light and color is just amazing. Thank you for sharing!

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  45. That is beautiful. Wish I could see something like that out in my window:)

    Visiting for Wordless Wednesday!Here's my share- hope you can stop by:)http://www.mommys4seasonsjourney.com/2012/01/wordless-wednesday-the-sky-clouds-and-trees.html

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