Frosted by Fog

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A bit of phoetry today. I am entranced by the fog that freezes on plants for a short period of time.

Fog moved in while temperatures dropped.

Fog moved in while temperatures dropped.

Tops of some leaves were frosted.

Some leaves were frosted by the fog.

Other leaves are outlined.

Some leaves were outlined in white.

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Crisscrossed lines of webs were revealed.

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Sugar-frosted berries on the burning bush.

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Frozen Blue Atlas Cedar needles created a flocked flower.

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No time left to linger, I must journey on through my day. Until the next time Mother Nature paints the world white with fog.

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Frosted by Fog

  1. mandyrobek says:

    Okay, I can only focus on phoetry! Is that a word? Are you on to something new? The pictures are just beautiful and you captured so many variations of fog. I don’t know how you got in your car!

  2. Leigh Anne says:

    Beautiful pictures of a sugar coated morning! I am teaching figurative language this week and my students seem to think alliteration has to be a “tongue twister” with a string of matching sounds. I will be sharing with them your “Until Mother Nature paints the world white with fog.” Thank you for helping with my lesson today! 😉

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