Autumn mist (Part 3)…… the final selection plus a wildlife bonus!
The third and final post on this topic. Well at least for now as I am hoping for more mist and wintry scenes in the weeks and months ahead.
Once again these images were captured during an early morning walk. All are very local to where I live so when the conditions are right I may well return.
Here are the links to Part 1 and Part 2 of the series if you haven’t seen them already.
The scene below was quite extraordinary but wouldn’t last long. The dead stalks in the meadows were covered with spider’s webs which in turn were clothed in the early morning dew.
This was a circular walk and on our way back we were delighted but surprised to see a barn owl flying around the meadows. Partly because they are so rarely seen and secondly it was already mid-morning and they are mostly active at dawn and dusk. The shot below is quite a severe crop but I was just pleased to capture a record of the moment.
2 Responses to “Autumn mist (Part 3)…… the final selection plus a wildlife bonus!”
Those spider webs on the dead stalks must be one of the luckiest sightings I’ve seen on a foggy morning.
I love the soft colours on foggy mornings and the first image in this post is a very good example.
Thank you Vicki…..as you say a very fortunate sighting.
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