Morning mist

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  1. Fangman

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    Interrupted my breakfast as i spotted the mist rising over the fields and fishing lakes at the back of our house.

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    A few minutes after it appeared it was dispersing - worth cold toast and warm coffee!


     
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    That first one is really pretty. I wish it was shot as a landscape.
     
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    thats one nice view from the back of your home.
     
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    Nice shooting !
     
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    Excellent captures - well taken
     
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    Thanks for the kind comments. I have to get the willow tree on the left trimmed to be able to take landscape shots of the Cathedral as you can see in the last shot, there is only a small gap between the trees to view it from my patio. Recently taken one large tree on the right down which has given my neighbour a wider view over the fen. I am looking out now as I type to sunlight over the lakes with a few hardy fisherfolk.
     
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