Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Our world on a misty prairie morning

When I saw these photos my husband had taken on an early morning walk with our dog Lindy, I asked if farmers were watering their crops that early. He said no, it was mist, which soon dissipated as the sun rose.
I must admit I've seen fog since I moved to the prairie, but I don't think I've ever seen mist.

Posted for
Our World Tuesday
hosted again this week by Lady Fi and her Scandinavian swimming dog, Oscar. (Yes, he really does look like a Golden Retriever, because that's his ancestry, but his inclination is swimming in cold northern waters.)


Penelope Postcards said...

It looks like a cylinder cloud … so lovely, thick and mysterious. :)

Barb said...

Just last fall, I saw this very phenomenon coming down off a mountain pass into a farming valley. It was magical!

Betty Luckhurst said...

Lovely shots! My hubby takes early morning misty shots, too. They are so unique.