I was not able to capture the true blush. I went inside and finished my second cup of coffee and then went back out to the deck and dock to take the photo below. In just twenty minutes the entire atmosphere had changed.
The fog held for about 20-30 minutes and then the sun burned everything off.
What a lovely morning! If you look closely at the bottom photo you can see the tiny dark dots in the sky. (Click on the photo for a better view.) Those were the geese squawking as they got their act together and courage to descend to the empty corn field at the end of the peninsula. Hunting season is sporadic these days.
Y'all have a beautiful and comforting view. Beautiful photographsReplyDelete
I see the geese.
What a beautiful view you have, thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Fantastic both of them, love the misty outlook.ReplyDelete
Great to have both those views...and to share them here. Thanks.ReplyDelete
What a way to start the day! Perfect! Great photos.ReplyDelete
The beauty of nature is a true blessing in your life. Thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Fog is our friend.ReplyDelete
You have captured some very peaceful skies.ReplyDelete
It is a beautiful morning.ReplyDelete
Yes indeed a beautiful morning. I did see the geese:-)ReplyDelete
it's amazing how fast the sky can change.ReplyDelete
We had sun this morning. Glorious stuff. Golden.ReplyDelete
The ducks will soon be leaving you and heading south.
What a contrast!ReplyDelete
A great view to wake to there! Cameras never see the same hues as the eyes.ReplyDelete
Beautiful scenes, thanks Tabor.ReplyDelete
Wow, what beautiful photos! Hard to believe they were taken so close together.ReplyDelete
Beautiful view, hard to believe they were taken so closely together!ReplyDelete