20 November 2011

the fog.

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nothin like a bit of fog to brighten up your sunday eh. the gloom, doom and general dank feeling, drove me and Nao to the pub again for a sunday roast {I had veggie toad-in-the-hole}.

my pet meerkat.

urgh.

I love these dried up flower heads though, especially when the dew hits them.

the way back from the pub was a hazardous affair. But peckham looks better in the fog.

27 comments:

  1. Don't think I'm a big weirdo, but I love the fog. To be fair though, I think Scottish fog is lighter. I just like the way everything looks like a 40s Noir film!

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  2. Stunning photographs!

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  3. Beautiful pictures, I hoped you were wrapped up warm x

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  4. gorgeous photos, perfect weather for photograph-taking. we didn't get it here in newcastle so much.

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  5. fantastically atmospheric! thank goodness for warm pubs on such days. love your pet meerkat, i have one similar, but hard to get photo of in that pose!

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  6. So eery yet charming....

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  7. Amazing photos! Th epic of your cat is especially amazing.

    It's been super foggy up here in Leeds too. I love it!

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  8. haha, that cat is like a rabbit!!

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  9. Great post. They're some of my fave dried flower/seed heads too :)

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  10. Beautiful photographs Artemis..you and Nao have a good life!! :)

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  11. Love the foggy images - and the pet meerkat :O)
    Happy Monday Artemis,
    Axx

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  12. fog = ugh
    these photos however = fab

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  13. OMG! I was proud of my 'after rain' shots a few posts back but I absolutely love your dew covered flower heads - stunning! What a wonderful world we live in.

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  14. Incredible photos!

    By the way, I've just posted my annual list of the Best 20 Christmas Crackers, and I've mentioned your amazing handmade crackers: http://www.weebirdy.com/2011/11/20-best-christmas-crackers-2011.html
    xx

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  15. Your photographs are beautiful! and i love your meerkat :)

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  16. I love fog ... I love your pics ... and I love your cat ! ^_^

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  17. Anonymous21.11.11

    magnifiques photos !!
    corinne

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  18. These are so gorgeously delicate, my how the seasons change, seems like yesterday I was reading of your seaside adventures.

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  19. Sorry to admit to "general battiness and weird tendencies" but Hubby & I are LONGING to move to the UK precisely for the gloomy, cosy, rainy weather! We are welcoming (reluctantly - because I do not believe that ANY one should have to endure temperatures greater than 29!) a Perth Simmer - oops I meant Summer - swapsies?

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  20. I like fog, it makes landscapes look magical...I went for a walk in the woods on Sunday and I expected to see a fairy at any time :)
    The 7th photo (dried up flower heads) is gorgeous!

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  21. you can make a grey English foggy day look beautiful, and you had a good excuse to go to the pub for lunch. Thats how fab you are. Well done!

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  22. I am in the fog fan club too. There is something exciting and atmospheric about it- like Lisa Marie said- something a bit 40's noir film!

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  23. I'm so happy I've just found your blog & website.
    Beautiful

    Kate x

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  24. Oooh, I think that's just lovely. Bundle up and have a warm cup of something. :)

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  25. Great photographs and, no doubt, ten points for the meercat! :)

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  26. these pictures are magical!

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