Mistycal Morning

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Ever have a morning when you shoot more good shots in ten minutes than you have shot in the past year?
This morning contained that ten minutes.
Ten minutes that I had before beginning the school bus run.
What a morning! The light mist made everything wonderful to my eye.


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  1. John&Fish 44 months ago | reply

    Awesome Shot! --Fish

    Your exceptional picture
    was highly admired in

    The Oracle of
    Great Photography

  2. rass999 denis laframboise 43 months ago | reply

    beautiful work my friend

  3. Ghiribizzo 43 months ago | reply

    Have you retired on the proceeds these days Eric?

  4. ericwyllie 43 months ago | reply

    Not retired yet. One day I'll get out with my camera again.
    But, I thought you weren't speaking to me???

  5. Ghiribizzo 43 months ago | reply

    I just never get down to Inverclyde and the joys of Fort Matilda...

  6. ericwyllie 43 months ago | reply

    You are not missing much but, you are blocking me. I thought I must've done something to upset you

  7. Ghiribizzo 43 months ago | reply

    Really? Shurely shome mishtake.


  8. Mr.KPG 40 months ago | reply

    dream-like quality. If I was anything to do with the Scottish Tourism Board I would pay you a £1000 for that!

  9. alexyaz 39 months ago | reply


  10. alexyaz 39 months ago | reply

    Beautiful! I shared it here: brainstormy-weather.blogspot.com/2011/02/fog.html
    Thank you for sharing!

  11. blue fin art- 1 Million Views Thank You 39 months ago | reply

    Just checking out this location and came across your awe inspiring shot

  12. Ania.Photography - travelling 34 months ago | reply

    sublie light and photograph

  13. chouchiri 24 months ago | reply

    fantastic sky and colours

  14. IoanBacivarov 6 months ago | reply

    Congratulations. Excellent photo!
    Selected for my galleries of special photos—

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