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Within the Fog


Into the foggy mist on a wintery afternoon. The hustle and bustle of the holidays seemingly silenced by the calm and peaceful fog.

It is in this time that clarity can be found. If one looks close enough, even the smallest drops seem to be alive.


Finding a sense of purpose and an ease of heart follows knowing that all in the world is right.

May you find within yourself clarity within the fog.


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    • It’s been foggy all day and busy with the holidays I ran out without my camera. Been loving the day and even trail rode Remy out in the woods. Awesome day and wishing fog for you the next winter.

      If I don’t speak with you, I can’t thank you enough for your friendship and wish you all the best this holiday season.

  1. When I’m not driving in it (okay sometimes even then) I love fog. It really brings magic and serenity to the day.

    These photos are great as is the message behind them. It’s ironic that the first picture shows us such a clear image of the shore and dock, the immediate if you will, but then there’s the fog clouding what’s beyond, like the chaos of the holidays. I appreciate this composition for that contrast, the sharp in focus images with the thick fog. So nice, as is the last.

    I also appreciate the grass, I’ve taken something similar several months ago with the up close view of the dew drops. Actually now that I think about it, that was a foggy day as well. Well done all around! šŸ˜€

    • You truly are amazing. How you’re able to look at these and find a deeper meaning. Perhaps it’s what I feel, but can never truly express into words as you do.

      Can you imagine the works we could create together. Surely you are a great success in your writings and is so richly deserved.

      • Well warm my heart then! (BLUSHING!) I love learning how to express myself, what I see and feel, better. So when I look at other people’s art I want to take it in and process what feelings might be behind it for them and/or what it invokes in me. I’m certainly a work in progress but I so appreciate the opportunity to grow witnessing the art of you and others.

        Your words are encouraging, I need to put more gusto behind my own work, whatever it may be. That would be fun to collaborate!!!

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