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Photo-a-Day  (Saturday, 1st October, 2022)

Morning Mist

Morning Mist
Taken at Green Waters in Hawkley Hall.

Photo: David Kelly  (iPhone)
Views: 1,739

Comment by: Anne on 1st October 2022 at 07:20

Lovely image, very appropriate for first of October.

Comment by: Poet on 1st October 2022 at 08:11

October 1st and nature's air conditioning switched on . A very evocative picture of a chilly start to the day .

Comment by: Veronica on 1st October 2022 at 09:02

Beautiful view with those delicate misty colours. Lovely photo.

Comment by: irene roberts on 1st October 2022 at 09:57

Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. My favourite month, September, has gone for another year but October can be beautiful before the clocks go back. I agree with Veronica, who I know is looking at this through an artist's eye, about the delicate colours. It's lovely.

Comment by: Fred on 1st October 2022 at 10:27

A lovely pic, the mist makes a huge difference, well done.

Comment by: Maureen on 1st October 2022 at 10:31

I just love all those delicate colours.

Comment by: James Hanson on 1st October 2022 at 12:15

Good to see a new lad posting delicate photos on WW, I think there might be a change in the air this October morning.

Comment by: Helen of Troy on 1st October 2022 at 12:39

What a fabulous image you have captured David. Very ' seasons of mist & mellow fruit fullness '

Comment by: Joan on 1st October 2022 at 18:53

We get a lot of misty mornings down here in Appley, it was very misty this morning along the the canal bank, which reminded me of this incident which happened in 1907
Miss Jane Ellen Bentley walked into the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and was drowned on Sunday night while reading a postcard by lamplight at Appley Lock, Wrightington, near Wigan.

Comment by: Alan H on 2nd October 2022 at 09:58

Irene Roberts, you have stirred up my memories of our days at HAGS and English lessons with Miss Nicholas who had probably left before you went there. John Keats Ode to Autumn was one of my favouite poems.

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