Monday, August 12, 2013

Early Morning Fog

Hello! I have enough pictures for a few posts so I would expect a post every other day, I'm not going to push it and say everyday because that isn't going to happen...


Some chicory flowers. I have yet to actually get pictures of them open maybe later today. I love the detail in this shot.


Queen anne's lace...I know a lot of people really don't like this 'weed' but I love it. I always pick a ton of them, put them in a vase and then they go into my room. Love them!


Isn't this a mysterious picture? The fog was so thick it was unbelievable. I have more pictures on the camera that wouldn't upload (grr) but those will be in another post...


I am glad that I am finally easing back into blogging. Stay tuned for more :)




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10 comments:

Tamar SB said...

These are stunning!

amanda | wildly simple said...

LOVE the chicory shot.. and I feel the same way about Queen Anne's Lace.
And fog is maybe my all time favorite thing for photos - so mystical.. it also reminds me of FALL - which I know you're excited for!

Nancy said...

We've had some lovely fog here too in the a.m.

Mist-erious photos Yolanda. :)

Karen L. Bates said...

Wow, all those shots are just beautiful...keep it up!

Nina said...

Hi Yolanda,
Those flowers are so pretty, and the last Picture is just awesome ... so soft, dreamy and a bit mystical!
Have a great week :)
Nina

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I would LOVE to have chicory in my yard/garden 'cause it's such a pretty dusty blue. But, the state of Texas won't allow it because they think it's an invasive plant. So, color me blue...or green....with jealousy.

eileeninmd said...

Love the chicory and the Queen Anne's lace. Beautiful images. Have a happy week!

Betty Luckhurst said...

Your flower shots are just lovely. I think I have more 'weeds' on my list of favorites than actual flowers! The fog is just so awesome.

Laura said...

so pretty Yolanda!

Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful nature shots. I remember that my grandmother used to drink a hot drink made of chicory...I didn't know if was such a lovely flower.. Thank you for linking into Nature Notes this week..Nice to see you again... Michelle

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