Just Foggy Enough

Motor Man and I had a business errand out of town last Friday, so we got an early morning start.

The day began with cloudy skies and scattered fog, which always makes for interesting photos.

This beautiful old barn is located just outside of our little town, and is a favorite of mine to photograph. It has been recently renovated and was especially pretty in the early morning fog.


From a distance…


The sun was trying to break through the clouds (and succeeded as the day went on).


This property is home to a greenhouse/nursery business.  It’s a scenic spot, with the equipment adding a rustic touch.


Thankfully, the fog that morning was mostly over land and didn’t affect our drive, other than causing Motor Man to stop a few times for me to take pictures. (What a guy.)

~These Days Of Mine~

10 responses to “Just Foggy Enough

  1. I remember that beautiful barn…….even in the fog it has a “strength” and presence. That last photo is amazing too because of the rays of sun poking through the clouds and fog…..offering hope.


  2. I agree – “What a Guy” – we get marvel in the photos you capture. The fog, especially, gives such softness to pictures. …And the rays of sun and hope – YES!!!

  3. Sweet pictures of a charming barn. I like the thoughts in comments about the rays of sun and hope! I still miss Barn Charm… 🙂

  4. So cool ..
    Amazing what just the right amount of fog can do for pics !

  5. Wonderful photos. Love the handsome barn. The fog sets a mood for a folksy story filled with mystery and intrigue and the sun burning through the clouds gives way to a marvelous story ending. 🙂

  6. Beautiful and so peaceful. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Beautiful day for a drive. It’s a wonder we get anywhere when our camera comes along!

  8. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Beautiful pictures, Dianna. Chuck and I admire that barn and area every Sunday when we go to church. So peaceful and lovely site.

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