52 Weeks, Flowers and Fog

Last week I completely forgot to share my 52 Weeks Of Quiet image, I took it but it never got as far as the blog! That’s what happens when time flies by and you lose track of what day it is. That’s the thing about working for yourself, it’s hard to keep track of the days when there’s no set pattern to them. I never forget to be anywhere I’m meant to be of course, but sometimes I get a surprise when I realise its almost weekend. And another thing about days and self employment, I never have “that Monday feeling”!

Anyway, last weeks picture was the end of the purple tulips. There’s something strangely appealing about dying flowers so I’d hung on to them a little longer than I ought to have.

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You might have noticed that I’ve not included the week number, that’s because I’m losing track of those too! Lets just wait and see if there are 52 images when we get to the end of the year…..

 

This week’s quiet image is something totally different. I woke up to a wonderful foggy morning today and decided to head out to a local beauty spot for a walk with my camera. I love foggy weather and confusing almost abstract images you can make, especially if you are by water as I was. I have so many pictures from this morning that I could share, every single one of them is a quiet image, that’s just the way things are with a thick heavy fog around. So there may be another post, or maybe I’ll share them over on Steller. But for now we have geese, with fog that’s staring to lift a little and reflected clouds that don’t seem to belong.

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2 Comments

  • sarah Reply

    That’s a beautiful photo of the ducks on the lake, it looks like they are floating somewhere between the sky and dreaming.

    • Janet Broughton Reply

      Thank you Sarah! That’s what I love about shooting in fog, it creates all sorts of illusions!

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