We had incredible fog last Sunday and I snapped this photo of the shed. It’s a far cry from last Friday’s, I think. It makes me want to snuggle under a quilt by the woodstove with my knitting.
And that’s where you’ll find me this weekend! Make it a good one!
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Love that little shed with the lobster buoys hanging off the side. The fog reminds me of early spring caught between the warm and the cold.
Have a lovely knitting weekend!
That’s so beautiful. I’d love to see you photograph and display the shed in all four seasons.
That is an haunting picture. I love it.
love the shed in the fog. Your photography skills are so great!
The inversion is bad today and it’s created deep fog in many places. Our valley looks much the same, but not as scenic as your shed.
This one is eerie looking. Very cool.
Beautiful and spooky. Could be haunted, Carole. I’d stay stay save and snuggled up with yarn for certain!
Who’d a thunk a shed could be so darn picturesque? Great photo! I agree that a grouping of shed photos from all four seasons would be wonderful to see 🙂 Have a great weekend!
Love your photos of the shed. You can imagine a story with each photo.
Have a very fun weekend knitting and watching the snow fall!!
Happy weekend, Carole!
Looks like something out of “children of the corn”.
i’m not sure if i told you, but i LOVE your shed photos.. all of them! TY
You’re right, that picture is so much different from the last. This one it less “over the river and through the woods…” and more Legen of Sleepy hollow.
I wonder if you’re getting snow today? We did overnight. And yes, that lovely photo (lonely?) does indeed make me want to cuddle down with either a book or my knitting…
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