Thursday, 13 October 2022

More from the mist

 

Some photos I left out from the two days of misty morning I had back in September  

On the way back down from above the mist the first time we went out from a walk, we were back in the mist on the way back down and passed a  Fallen tree. Looking up it looked blury

The next day you could see blue sky

The trees blown down during some of the high winds that come through here

Looking back you could see over  the mist towards the wind farm that had been built and does not produce energy

The opposite was the sun could be seen shining on the hills

Happy Skywatch



31 comments:

  1. Mistry photos are lovely as are blue sky also ~ great landscape shots ~


    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  2. Nothing more useless than a windfarm that doesn't generate electricity. Things are different here lately, but some of the windfarms generated so much electricity during low demand times that they had to pay wholesalers to take it off their hands.

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    1. That one bugs me as they just took the grant for building them for no reason

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  3. There are a few wind farms here too, out of curiousity why does the one there not work?

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    1. They just built them with a grant and there is no infrastructure to collect the power

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  4. a wonderful serie of pictures. I love the bottom one

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  5. Very beautiful photos, and a nice sky variety!

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  6. These are really awesome images! It's quite shocking that the wind farm is useless. Somebody calculated something wrong!

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  7. The weather can be so volatile there. Beautiful scenery

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  8. Beautiful and interesting photos. Love misty mornings.

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  9. Beautiful photos. I love the low mist and the blue sky.

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  10. Hi Bill, Enjoyed these photos ... nice work!

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  11. We don't get too many misty or foggy days here but I love it when it happens. I love the pictures you took.

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  12. Nice contrast between misty trees and non misty trees. Fog makes for a special character in the scenery.

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  13. These are lovely, specially the last one is amazing!

    -Soma

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  14. I love those misty photographs.
    I bet it was interesting working for a blacksmith when you were a teenager.

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  15. your misty photos are gorgeous.

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  16. A moment of mist is photo nirvana.

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