Thursday, 20 November 2008

Mist Rolling In

At the beginning of the week, when this photo was taken, the weather wasn't so good. This is a view of Leckhampton Hill with the low cloud and mist swirling around the trees at the top. I guess it must have been like being on a plane up there. Now the weather is dry and bright, but we are promised an arctic blast for the weekend. I'll have to get out my long johns!!
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10 comments:

lynn said...

Yes we are. Brr. Do I have to wear Long Johns too? The skating rinks are being imported just in time then.

Tash said...

Looks very, very chilly esp. with the cold mist... Does the arctic blast still mean clear skies?

Tash said...

PS - RE yesterday's title - Basil goose-stepping with a pointer under his nose :{0 - the reminder of that gave me a good chuckle.

magiceye said...

time to cosy up :)

Jackie said...

Ooh, I can feel the arctic blast from here thanks to that photo! Very evocative!

babooshka said...

Lynn's mention of skating rinks takes me back to the "silver blades" in brum- happy days.This scene is such a brisk autumn feel to it, the chill before those artic conditions. Thermal long johns perhaps.

Tanya said...

Oh I just love these magical, misty photos! Very nice! Now I want to see a picture of you in your long johns! :D

Ming the Merciless said...

I love this photo. The mist gives it a wonderful mysterious look.

Great job on the photo.

Neva said...

What a great mood picture!It is cold here as well and we have had some snow.....

brian said...

wonderful capture... i haven't had much luck photographing the 'fog' we get here in the mornings =)

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