Another beautiful morning

We were told we were in for a misty morning, and a cloudy day…instead, I woke up to this:

The sun was streaming through my window, so I had to get a still life of the remains of breakfast:

Two hours later, and still bright sunshine, most uplifting for the spirits!

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26 comments

  1. It was the same here, Sue. So bright, we had to move the curtains to be able to see. But oh dear, clouding over now…
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      I spoke too soon, it’s clouding over now! But hey, it’s been a lovely morning! And I cooked venison casserole last evening, to heat up today….simples!

      • Hmph!! Couldn’t even see the end of my garden all day! Thick hill fog here. But I did have a lovely morning yesterday and Friday before clouding over. Hope this mizzle doesn’t last long though as it is very depressing 😦

      • Sue

        It’s due to be very mizzly here tomorrow…😧😧

  2. Light and sun does it!

  3. My kind of still life, Sue. We do have mist this morning with some new inches of snow that fell yesterday afternoon. Beautiful in its own way. Venison casserole sounds delicious.

    janet

    • Sue

      I haven’t cooked venison for some years, always seemed a faff…but the butcher had some very nice looking cubed venison, and I found a much less fussy recipe, and I’m about to tuck in to the result!

  4. The satisfying glow of a good morning and a good breakfast.

  5. These are the days, when we are happy about the weather forecast being wrong. Great photos showing the brilliance and magical power of sunshine!

  6. Ooh, now I fancy a boiled egg. Can’t remember the last time I had one of those.

  7. I love the painterly quality of your breakfast still life Sue. You have a gift for the placement of objects and for this kind of sensitive photography. Your work inspires me.

  8. That eggshell is perfect. Today, you have sunshine and I don’t! I think we’ve got your mist and cloud.

  9. I was in Hampshire Friday and Saturday, it was glorious.

  10. The only thing that seems to be a sure thing this February is the contra position between weather and the weather forecast….. we have enjoyed some great surprises (and disappointments). 🙂

  11. I was all set to jump in and say glad you’d got some lovely sunshine but your latest post says back to ‘normal’. But Spring’s coming, Sue. 🙂 🙂 Nice egg cup!

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