Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Watery Wednesday

Another misty morning, looking over a pond.

Reminds me of a poem I used to recite for my daughters -
One misty, moisty morning,
when cloudy was the weather,
I chanced to meet an old man
clothed all in leather.
He began to compliment
and I began to grin
How de do, how de do,
and how de do again.


Anonymous said...

Nice autumn scene. I can kinda feel the weather from your pics.

Prunella said...

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Lindz said...

misty indeed... how often you have this? we dont have a lot of misty morning her ein oz

Jew Wishes said...

I like the second one the best.

BeachILike said...

Look very lonely in autumn.

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J Bar said...

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Pam said...

I love the softness of your photos, its perfect with the fog.
The poem is absolutely delightful.

Tracy said...

Dreamy mist, Judy... I would love to sit by that pond-side and watch the mist drifting.... Happy Day :o)

George said...

A cute poem to go along with some misty morning photos.

Diane AZ said...

Beautiful misty morning pond shots and perfect poem to go with it.

Quiet Paths said...

Serene and tranquil scenes. Thanks for the reminder of the poem. I believe my grandmother used to recite that one.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

We've had quite a few misty mornings lately. I've never noticed so many before but lately I have been trying to capture photos of the sun rising. I think mist makes beautiful photos, especially over water.

STAG said...

howdy do, howdy do!

❦TattingChic said...

Wow, those photos are just beautiful! I also love the name of your blog with the lilac blossom photo! I just love lilacs! I grew up with a bunch of lilac bushes in the back yard! I always thought they smelled heavenly every spring when the blossomed!

Quilt Works said...

Lovely pond - verypretty!

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