Uprooted Magnolia

Roadside Fog

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on September 13, 2016

It’s that time of year for those misty, cool mornings that slowly introduce us to autumn. So of course, my camera and I rolled out for an adventure with some roadside fog on one of those mornings.

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Next door neighbor, a longhorn cow, having her breakfast.

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Field of sugar beets.

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Red Angus are grazing in the background. They weren’t visible when I set up for this shot. So I waited for them to get a little closer.

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This road runs alongside an already harvested corn field.

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Flock of blackbirds “swimming” in the thick fog.

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Sunflowers started blooming early this summer and are still popping up in our yard. They are a bright spot on such a gray day.

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Intersection on the way home. Our mailboxes are enveloped in the dense fog up ahead.

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These views are seen daily from the windshield of our cars and trucks but it looks completely different when it’s underneath a heavy fog.

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Taking time to notice our everyday surroundings can be very soothing and even inspiring. I encourage you to the same. Hope you’ve enjoyed these images and may they bring some peace and quiet to your busy day.

Cheers!


 

A Snowy Walk Through Fog and Mist

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on January 13, 2015

It’s no secret that one of my favorite weather events is the misty, dewy fog that hangs heavy in the air some mornings during the fall and winter months.

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The clouds dusted us with snow yesterday so there was just an inch or two on the ground this morning when I awoke. I rolled out of bed, got right into my coveralls and grabbed a camera for a wander to the meadows.

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It was so still and quiet. All I could hear was the swish of my clothes and the crunch of ice under my boots.

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It looked like a different world. And it wasn’t even that cold. Just peaceful.

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The girls were all there and greeted me from a distance. They are grateful, as am I, that the snow over the holidays has mostly melted and that this little bit hasn’t covered the grass much.

The fog lifted late morning and the sun is melting the snow this afternoon. The winter cycle continues….


The Dew was On

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on June 9, 2014

Scenes from a foggy, misty weekend.

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And I’ll tellya, we had to build a fire a couple of nights this weekend.
Ahem… yes, it’s June.


November Mist: Horses

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on November 14, 2013

Baby knows better than to talk to strangers. She took one look at me and turned away waiting for momma. This was a sweet few minutes in the quiet of a foggy morning.

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November Mist: Landscapes

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on November 13, 2013

If you are a regular here, you know how much I love a foggy morning. Just type in “fog” or “mist” in the search bar and it’ll prove it. We had another one yesterday morning so I geared up and took a wander to capture the peace and quiet. I’ll narrate, but only in a whisper.

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Tumbleweeds are devouring our fences.

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The harvested cornfields are only inhabited by stems and more tumbleweeds.

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Couldn’t see but just a few feet ahead of me.

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The barbwire fences were chilly and frosted.

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There is a deer out there but I could only hear her.

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Again, tumbleweeds line the fences. This will cause a lot of drifting when heavy snow arrives.

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This pivot will most likely be winterized and retired for the next few months.

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I’ll share the rest with you another time. I hope this brought some stillness to your busy day.