Monday, May 30, 2016

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For Skywatch Friday and Wordless Wednesday

Eastbourne pier and Newhaven Harbour, East Sussex, England.

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    1. Thank you Kristin. I'm glad you liked them.

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  2. Hi Keith - it's been like that recently hasn't it ... the sea fog just hangs around ... wonderful photos though ... and I know the area well. Cheers Hilary

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    1. I actually took these a couple of weeks ago Hilary. I love catching the number 12 then walking out to the harbour entrance, there's always something different to see.

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  3. I wish all wordless posts were this good!! ;-)

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  4. Beautiful and peaceful pics, I haven't been to the coast in years the nearest I get to water is the Tames heheh!

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    1. Hop on a train - we'll have a pint in a beach bar!

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  5. Beautiful. You can't beat mist for adding atmosphere. I particularly like it when it hangs low over the river but you can see over the top of it too - unfortunately, I never capture how surreal it is.

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    1. More luck than judgement!Thanks Annalisa

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  6. Ahhh, makes my marina neighborhood look like squat. Purdy

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  7. Fog is one of my favorite things. It makes the world look so eerie and mysterious.

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    1. It does create an atmosphere. Thanks Patricia

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  8. Lovely photos, Keith - mist and fog are wonderful for creating atmospheric, dreamlike pictures!

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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    1. It does make for nice pictures. Thanks Susan

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  9. I love taking pictures in the fog, you get such a mystical feeling to them

    Mollyxxx

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  10. Fog shots are so full of mystery, and I love what you've shared at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/05/simply-squirrelly.html

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  11. That is some heavy smog, and I thought we had it thick here. Beautiful perspective though.

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    1. It only lasted a short while then the sun took over! Thanks

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  12. Its really hard to capture anything when its foggy! And yet your photos are so clear! I love the color of the waters and how mysterious things are when its foggy! Lovely photos =)

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  13. Great photos - I also had a foggy week due to the storms that we have been having here in North Carolina. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. This was the opposite! Quiet, still and eerie! Hope the storms calm down some time soon.

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  14. Such pretty shots! I love the 1st photo the most. The colors are so pretty! I used to live in Savannah, GA. Lots of fog there to!

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    1. WE rarely get fog, which is why I made the most of it while I could!

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  15. You're right. Enlarging does make a big difference . . . but I couldn't get from there to the comment box without exiting the site.

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    1. Unfortunately you cant! Good old Blogger.

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  16. Very beautiful pics. I live in the world of fog-The San Francisco Bay Area. So, I love it.

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    1. The world of fog!!! It's a very rare sight here

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    1. It is. The harbour is a short ferry trip from France hence the big yellow boat!Thanks Sampada

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  18. Super series. I can't tell which one I like best -- maybe the third one.

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  19. Fabulous photos, i love that mood that fog brings to the photos!

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  20. Outstanding photos, and I love the atmosphere that you've managed to create. Wow, which I could take photos that well!

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    1. More by luck than judgement E, I promise you! Thanks for your kind words

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  21. Wonderful photos, Keith! They definitely evoke the feeling of foggy mornings, and I love those days. Sometimes the drive to work seems surreal, since nothing around me is identifiable except the road ahead until I reach the city.

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    1. Fifteen minutes after taking the last picture the mist drifted away and we were left with a cloudless blue sky.Pleased you liked them Josie

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  22. I love a foggy day. These are wonderful shots.

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  23. What beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing them with us at #SittingAmongFriends on Wednesdays. I look forward to seeing more pictures in the future. Have a great week!

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  24. Love these photos! Thank you for linking up at: http://impulsiveartistry.blogspot.com/2016/05/walk-in-woods-photos-set-linky.html

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  25. wooow...it's lovely, Keith..so beautiful and serene. Fogs will always give you that ambience :)

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    1. Yes, there is something very calming about it. Thanks indah.

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  26. fabulous photos- foggy beauty!

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  27. Fabulously foggy - love that second photo!

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    1. Thanks Lady Fi, I think that's mine too!

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  28. Disappearing horizon! Beautiful photography.

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    1. Beyond even infinity. Thanks SP and P

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  29. You certainly have learned how to take fog photographs. I think fog and then color to add to it. You did that! Great fog images. Have a great week-end.
    JM, Illinois-U.S.A.

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    1. Thanks so much for your generous words

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