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Morning Mist

 

fog and mist in morning

The mornings have been cool lately and the last two nights have brought a light frost.  The earth is still warm though so in the morning there is a mist over the area.  I am shooting from the edge of the house towards our neighbour to the east.

 

asparagus fronds in the morning sun

The asparagus fronds even sparkle in the morning light.  I have been shoveling mulch around the flower beds this week and moving plants around.   The vegetable garden such as it was was cleaned up today.  What have you been up to?

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Country Gal said…
Beautiful photos ! I love photographing misty mornings to ... heck I like photographing anything lol Thanks for sharing .Have a snap happy day !
Pamela Gordon said…
Lovely morning photos Valerie. I like the light these mornings. I'm still nursing along my patio tomato and the annuals in containers. My flower beds are weedy and I don't have the energy to pull them. And I should empty the compost and put it on the beds. Oh my. Too much work and no energy. Enjoy the day!
The morning light this time of year is perfect for photography and it just makes you feel like going for a long walk.
Hi Val
Nice misty morning photos. I'm doing the same as you: moving/dividing plants and shovelling compost around.
Beautiful out today.
Judith
Lisa Gordon said…
There is definitely a fall chill in the air. This weekend will be the beginning of getting the gardens ready for winter, although I hear it is supposed to rain all weekend here, so it may have to wait. :-)
Nancy said…
Well, you kinda already know what I was up to this week. Our yard needs a good clean up - maybe this weekend if the weather is good. :)
Georgianna said…
Magical photos, Valerie! The light is perfect to capture a late summer mood. We're having one last day of sunshine before several of rain coming up. We've already started clean up but roses and hydrangeas are still blooming and I expect they will for at least a month.

Hope you have a lovely first week of autumn!

G
Ann said…
wonderful early morning photo's. Starting to do a garden clean up here too.

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