The fog does give it a cozy look, but doubtlessly it was cold. Good weather for a hot cup of tea. This way of commenting works great!
I don't know why but that closest goose in the last picture, being butt up, made me laugh.
Lovely photos!!! Love the clock tower one!HugsSueAnn
Nora: I'm glad this way works. there was a reason I didn't have comments embedded, but I forget what it was now.Geewits: upended geese and ducks always make me laugh! I took so many pictures of them on Friday my fingers were frozen.SueAnn: thanks. I forgot to mention that it was the same temperature both days - 12C, but felt much colder on Fri.
Hot chocolate weather - looks lovely but the cold sinks into your bones.
Lovely shots through that mistiness. Very ethereal.Maggie XNuts in May
The fog does focus the foreground nicely.
The sky sure did a turn around, from briliant blue to foggy grey.
Wait 'til I get a decent camera, good stuff!
love love love the fog
I love the spooky look of fog.
I like the second photo of the clocktower(?) with the bench. Very neat! :)
What a difference a day makes!Have a great week, jj
Jabblog: it was a stunningly sunny, warm week until Friday!Maggie: I tried to capture the ethereal, mostly my pictures looked washed out of all colour!IDP: yes, I think one needs a bit of a clear foreground in fog.Stacey: it was a bit of a surprise, and that it lasted so long.Ken: Derby better watch out!
Char: yes, so do I, but mostly in pictures, otherwise I'll take the blue sky, thank you.SAW: it does lend a certain mystery.Pauline: the clocktower turned out nice - especially without the distracting view that is behind it!Joanna: definitely!
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