Come on over to our barnyard, where we not only have horses, here you will find chickens, cats, dogs, wild turkey, deer and an occasional black bear.
As you can see, this was a very bone chilling morning, with ice fog hovering to the ground. It was taken out the window in our dining area on Sept, 10th as shown on the photo.
Looking at it makes you feel as if you've had one to many drinks. LOL
This looks like a picture we could have taken over most of this winter. It's been brutal. It is warming up though so hopefully it'll warm up your way too.
Hi scrappy, we have a few months of this freezing weather. things will warm up sometime in March maybe April. Hubby and I snapped this picture as it was a reminder of a place we used to go fishing in Alaska. Every year during the summer we'd take a charter out to fish for Halibut in a place called Seward. You always woke up each morning with a thick layer of fog, it gives you a closterfobic (not sure of spelling) feeling.Talk soonMel
Hi Mel,Thanks so much for stopping by my blog for a visit! I've done a tag similiar with the fourth folder, fourth picture. This is a new laptop, so I still only have one folder going, but I might go upstairs and do this one. I have more pictures on that computer! Sounds like fun!We have snow on the ground here today...just a little bit...we had been wishing for it, so we had fun!Come back soon! I'm adding you to my blogroll, so I'll be back!Have a great day!Tammy
Wow...that is a mysterious photo for sure!We've had a few really cold damp days with a "mystery fog"...looked kinda haunting too...Hugs,Robin
Just love the picture! Thanks for telling us about the tag! blessings,Kathleen
Good to see you all, that picture does look haunting! On my way over to your blogs to see if you played this picture game.
Neat idea, I may try this in a couple of days!Hope youare staying warm~we've been icy down this way.
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