Skywatch Friday: November, November...

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  1. What wonderful moodiness this picture has I love it--i want to start a fire in the fireplace and curl up w/ a good book

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  2. What, no ghost story with that?

    LOL

    It's gorgeous, I love it. I still can't decide if I like trees better with or without leaves...you have me leaning toward 'without'.

    Happy SWF!

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  3. Oh, very nice. Mist is just so.... misty and mysterious.

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  4. Anonymous2:57 PM

    We drove from Massachusetts to Georgia Mon-Weds, and there was a lot of that gray November going on! We drove through snow flurries 3 or 4 times, too. Blech. I really do not enjoy blustery days like that, especially while driving!

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  5. Anonymous3:02 PM

    Hmmm - your post this weeks looks rather familiar. Like my post last week! Yes, the fall weather is rather bleak - but there's a certain mystery to mist, beautiful in its own way. Lovely.

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  6. Yep, looks like November! But your photo makes November look way more appealing than what I usually think of.

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  7. Gorgeous. These are my kind of shots, and my kind of weather too.

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  8. Anonymous4:21 PM

    I so love the fog against bare trees. Great shot.

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  9. Wow... this photo really stimulates the imahination! I can see New England is really very much like Old England, whenever I was there I have been amazed by the fairylike quality of it. I blame the mist for half of it, the other half is a mystery...

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  10. OMG! Freezing cold.... I am back now... Hope you'll visit mine too...

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  11. Great shot Sandy, looks pretty foggy out there, hope you didnt get lost in it.lol.

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  12. Love this, fog could be harbinger of so many things.
    November, novemeber unless you're on Cute Overload and then it's "Nosevember".
    I'm seeing a lot of grey skies and fog on different blogs so November might be a series of grey days for some people. Then again, Advent is just around the corner...

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  13. Very different from November around here. Here it is very, very sunny and still warm. Not bragging, but sometimes I welcome the rain.

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  14. Ooooh! Love this foggy view!

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  15. Misty weather has its charms. Now you have to invent the fantastic tale to go with.
    In fact, I can imagine one ..........

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  16. I like this picture a lot, as said before, to look through fog, which is like a veil. Makes one look more closely at the picture.
    Trees are great subjects clothed or unclothed.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  17. You have catched a misty moment there.Beautiful!

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  18. Oh, Sandy! This is a keeper. It needs to be framed.

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  19. misty times...lovely photo

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  20. A mist comes rolling in! Great photo.

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  21. This is ghostly and definitely bewitching

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  22. Very beautiful photo for SWF. Amazing scenery. It looked so misty and I wondered if the trees would move about. Have a nice weekend.

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  23. Fantastic shot, your work never disappoints.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  24. Hi Sandy...been awhile since I last visited, but always a pleasure to drop by....how is everything in Connecticut? Must be getting cold by now.....cheers, Scotty

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  25. It looks like the headless horseman of Sleepy Hollow will make its appearance in your picture. Beautiful and moody, don't forget to turn your fog lights on.

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  26. Sandy: What a foggy day in the woods for your SWF.

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  27. love this photo it absolutely is what I am feeling right now :( desolate.

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  28. Lovely shot! The sun had already set I guess.

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  29. Anonymous9:57 PM

    Hi Sandy,
    Such an eerie sight...
    Hope your weekend is filled with many good things.

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  30. This picture represents the season ... and my mood. Peace, JP/deb

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  31. Enjoy november while it lasts!:)

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  32. I'm not real fond of fog. I see I missed my opportunity this past week when we had foggy mornings. Maybe another opportunity will present itself. I think I want to try my hand at it after seeing yours and a few others recently.

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  33. Sandy, what a nice foggy view! This is november, indeed!
    Happy Sky Watch!

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  34. Yep, this about sums it right now.

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  35. How beautiful--Stark!! MB

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  36. What a beautiful, ghostly image. Full of promise that scene.

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  37. Beautiful setting, we don't get fog here much but did have some the other day. It gives everything such a mysterious look

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  38. A neat sky watch photo, captured right fog makes for nice photos.

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  39. That's lovely and so mystical. I wonder what lurks within the mists!

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  40. NICE Skywatch! Makes me think of Sleepy Hollow! Really lovely and cloaked in mystery!

    Marie

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  41. so mysterious ...

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  42. Spot on, Sandy! November and sky watching is often about fog on the move. Up, down, in and out.
    In fact, it's the same theme on my post today.

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  43. Anonymous3:45 PM

    ooh, eerie, and very cool!

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  44. Most of my life November was like this. Not anymore. This is so mystical. Beautiful photo. I love your next post with the barn photo, too. Lovely!

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  45. Anonymous5:45 PM

    I love fogs, they're always so mystical and at least in Northern Australia never cold, but your photo of trees with no leaves makes me believe it is cold where you are. Perhaps I find them mystical because I'm lucky if I get to experience a fog a year!

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  46. Oh I love this piccie, very peaceful

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  47. Anonymous11:21 PM

    I'm sure the hound of the baskervilles is behind one of those trees.

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  48. the fog, that gray cocoon that wraps us in its arms of mist....

    wonderful pic Sandy as always

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  49. Oh my! I love this photo. It looks like a veil is draped over the landscape. Lovely...

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  50. An almost ghostly picture. Beatiful and gothic.

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  51. Love the mistiness....a cozy British mystery could be happening around here somewhere!

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  52. Anonymous4:23 PM

    BEAUTIFUL mysterious 'misty' capture ... mirroring a foggy day WE had recently here. I took some photos of the palm trees that aren't so lovely as the leafless trees here and I'll share them soon. I did share a recent sky at Sacred Ruminations Friday ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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