Laughing Dog Arts

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Misty Moisty Morning

My morning walk was quite misty and moisty.  It was beautiful, the sun was almost coming through and making this bright glow in the field.
Anne had a cool picture of a spider web on her blog last week so I thought I should try one too.

Or two. Lots of rose hips this year.

Be well.
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11 comments:

Perlenkatze said...

Looking at the fog picture makes me shiver, but the one with the sider net, warms my heart.
Thank you for sharing such beautiful pictures with and also for your sweet comments on my blog.
Sincerely
Gabie

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Oh wow Jan! Those photos are absolutely beautiful; very atmospheric and the comp with the web close up and the rose hips in the background is amazing!!!
Fog always takes the mundane and makes it magical. Especially the condensation on spiderwebs! :)

XXOO~~♥
Anne

Marlene said...

The misty picture is so Oregon. I love the spider web, such intricate weaving and beautiful with the dewdrops on it.

Lisa Criswell / Indigo's Beads said...

what great photos jan! the misty pic is just as neat as can be, and the spiderweb is so cool!

Linda in New Mexico said...

We used to live in San Fran. I loved the mist and fog...so different from here in negative humidity land. Photos are beautiful, I especially love the spiderweb. Very nice. The Olde Bagg

lynne h said...

wow, that's a LOT of rose hips and a big spider's web! beautiful pictures, jan... xoxo

Anja said...

I love the atmosphere in the first photo, when enlarging it, looks very picturesque with the horses and the river in the background. You are living near a river? The spider web looks great with all the raindrops on it. Wish you that sun will come through.

Jan said...

Anja, that isn't the river in the background, it is the sun reflecting on the dewy grass in the field. Thanks for your comment.

maggi said...

Beautiful photos Jan, thanks for sharing them.

sjmcdowell said...

I do love the Misty Morning picture very much!!

The spider web is fascinating.

Sent you an e-mail!!

Hugs,

Susan

Deborah said...

With all the focus on being "green" these days, it was really thoughtful of you to go natural with your Halloween decorations. teehee. Beautiful shots. **kisskiss** Deb