Foggy dew

It is a great pleasure to walk in all environments, in all weathers and at all times of the year – there is always something new to observe and experience. I particularly like it when familiar places present themselves in unfamiliar ways. Here is a well-known path as it was early this morning …


… and here is the view near the top of the hill – a foggy, drear aspect that was altogether magical as the dripping trees emerged through the murk. The valley beyond the trees was completely obscured by the ‘thick wool-white fog’. (Alfred Lord Tennyson writing about Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye)


The fog had barely penetrated the woods …



… but looking out through the trees there were still misty glimpses.



And later, once out in the open again, the fog had practically cleared …



… leaving a damp, dripping world.



I’ve making furiously recently but everything is soaking, evaporating and generally drying out. When it’s in a fit state to be shown –  and I have finished it – I’ll share it with you …


2 thoughts on “Foggy dew

  1. lindsay816

    Hi Debbie,

    Thank you for these lovely photos. I look forward to your posts. Have a lovely holiday Lindsay

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