2021-02-24

Visiting wetland a foggy day

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23 comments:

  1. Not long before that wetland will resound with spring choruses of insects and amphibians.

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  2. Our naturalist group just built some elevated walkways through a wetland near us.

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  3. Great shots. So beautiful. I love walking in the fog. It's ever so quiet and serene.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  4. Wonderful photos and we wish we were on that walk

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  5. Gorgeous photos. It reminds me of walking on the West coast! Thanks for the great memories!

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  6. I would love walking in that fog!

    Fabulous photos!

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  7. Beautiful and evocative foggy forest scene, and you can see through the bare branches...which won't be that way for much longer!

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  8. Hello,
    I love the first shot of the lone tree in the fog. The boardwalk looks like a neat place for a walk. Great shots! Take care, enjoy your day!

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  9. Very nice winter photos still with you, it's getting colder again for me!

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  10. The foggy tree is so beautiful!

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  11. ...the first one is my favorite.

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  12. great shots. brrr, I feel that fog and chill in my bones.

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  13. oh yes! that does look very cold, bet you had the frosty air coming out your mouth.

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  14. Awesome photos! I love how fog makes everything look different.

    Your link is a great addition to 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  15. Nice! I love the moodiness of the second photo.

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  16. Loved the 1st photo the best!

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  17. You have caught the forest still asleep waiting for spring.

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