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Friday, May 20, 2011

A Good Week's End

The clouds remain.  When I swung by the harbor yesterday, a group of lobstermen had  parked their pickup trucks in the lot facing the water.  They stood outside in the mist, sipping coffee and watching as sea foam from the rushing tide piled around their quiet vessels—not a good day for their livelihood, but the lingering weather system provided a photo opportunity for me.

This week, I am grateful to Missing Moments, who reminded me; when it doesn't impact your living, fog is beautiful.






Wishing you all a wonderful weekend.

8 comments:

Lydia K said...

That fog in the pictures is so dreamy and lovely. Great picts!

Anne @ The Frump Factor said...

Gorgeous photos. Way to find the silver lining in this weather!

Mrs B said...

Fantastic shots Liza! As you probably know by now, I love the Northeastern coast and would spend a weekend a month there if I could.

I wouldn't want it that way all the time of course, but I do enjoy a day or two when the fog is in and the mist blankets your face as you walk along the shore.

I do hope the sun comes out for you though! I know it's been in short supply so far this year!Here's to better (and brighter)days ahead!

~Mrs B

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Did you take those photos? They're amazing!

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Wonderful shots, so atmospheric and mood-setting.

sue said...

I think I should have lit the fire before I looked at your photos! The chill is settling now, but we have blue sky for the first time this week. Seeing your beautiful photos has inspired me to spend time with mine. Thankyou Liza.

Anne Gallagher said...

I miss the fog on the water. Things loom out of the mist and it always amazed me when I saw what they actually were. Or hearing the chug of the boats as they headed out to sea, but never really seeing them.

Love love love the second photo especially.

Helen Ginger said...

Those are all fabulous. The second one is my favorite. I love the angle you took.