Wednesday, January 30, 2013

WW- Misty




15 comments:

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Misty? That's like gothically foggy!

Kat said...

GG- It was pretty spooky. And today we are being POUNDED with snow, right after all of our snow just melted of course. ;)

Freda said...

Truly atmospheric and compelling. Many a person wouldn't have thought to take photos in that kind of half light, but they have worked out really well. Freda from Dalamory (www.freda.org.uk)

Charmaine said...

Hey from SA :) creepy movie weather...

Julie Maloney said...

Something makes me love that kind of weather, it's mystical I think. Of course I'm saying that from South Carolina where it's 70 and sunny...

Kat said...

Julie- I agree. Not that I like it all the time, but a dark, dreary day is kinda fun once in a while. Especially if there is a chance to curl up with some coffee and a good book. :)

That corgi :) said...

Wow! Nice effect! Looks like a lot of fog!

betty

Emmy said...

That first picture looks eerie- cool shots!

Bijoux said...

It's fine till you have to drive in it.

Annmarie Pipa said...

misty like that here too... and my son has a new driving permit...

Fawn said...

Maybe because I'm in Los Angeles where it's still sunny -even in January- but that looks really, really cold!

Jennifer Hughes said...

I can just feel the mist making my hair curl :-)

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Elaine A. said...

Brrrrrr.... ;)

That first shot is lovely!

CC said...

Wow. That is soooo cool looking!!!

Riahli said...

Beautiful!

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