Friday, September 12, 2008

Mist in the morning light

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For several mornings now the Soreq Valley below our little mountain village has been full of lovely soft mist. This was my view to the west at 6:15 a.m.
Now it is night, Erev Shabbat. Wishing you all Shabbat shalom, Sabbath peace.

34 comments:

Webradio said...

Bonsoir !

Qu'est-ce qu'elle est belle Ta photo !

Le brouillard donne un superbe effet !
Grandiose...

Luiz Ramos said...

I am expecting your SWF post. Always beautiful shots and reports.

Tommy V said...

great photo. I like the changing of the colors as you go to the right.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hello Dina
I think this is a delightful view to have seen, and capture on camera..... thank youDina for sharing, and thank you for being a part of Sky Watch ... your time and effort each week is very much appreciated.

Tom

Luiz Ramos said...

I´d like to send you some my Winter air.
Thanks for your visit.

fishing guy said...

Dina: You are late getting in with this neat photo of the foggy hills, lovely SWF.

Leora said...

What a fabulous mist! So lovely, all those hues.

Shabbat Shalom.

Mary Hughes Studio said...

So soft and lovely!

petra michelle; Whose role is it anyway? said...

Lovely! And peace to you, Dina!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Nancy said...

I love the low fog. Creates a curiousity - what is under all that fog? Great shot!

Eki Akhwan said...

I can almost feel the fresh chill of the mist. I like morning mist like this. Sometimes we do have it too in Bandung (it used to be more often when I was younger.)

Wish you a reflective and restful Sabbath.

Shalom.

raf said...

A beautiful, peaceful and cool morning shot fit for a Sky Watch Friday!
And belated happy birthday wishes for you, Dina!

Gill - That British Woman said...

I love that photo, its stunning.......

Gill in Canada

Michelle's Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful Dina..have a nice weekend

Jules said...

Such beautiful soft colours. Mist always makes a stuning photo.

Lakeland Jo said...

I am so glad I found your blog- I have always wanted to visit Jerusalem. Your photos are inspirational

Denise said...

What a beautiful photo.

Louise said...

How beautiful. What a way to greet the day. I love the subtle color.

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

fantastic sky watch photo - the mist coupled witht he soft pastel colours is breathtaking

Sherry said...

I live in a fog land, I call myself a nimbostratusdweller. The fog is a delight, kisses my face when I walk in it.
I am drawn to any photo dense with fog.
A foggy morning for me is a truly beautiful beginning of a day.

Fog doesn't live everywhere, so it's always special to see it.

Reader Wil said...

Did you read "The mists of Avalon"? Mists are always hiding mysteries and all sounds are muffled and far away. I like misty days. The world is smaller and closer.
Shabbat shalom.

At the moment I read "My Name is Asher Lev"by Chaim Potok. It's great!

kjpweb said...

Shabbat Shalom! Wonderful image!
Never saw fog in Isreal...
Cheers, Klaus

Louis la Vache said...

What a fine image, Dina!

Blognote said...

Oh...what a photo, Dina!! The mist, the colours...a perfect catch!

Rebeckah said...

This picture is gorgeous! Hope your weekend is lovely! God bless.

Misty Dawn said...

Wow - that is a magical and mystical photo!

Dirk said...

Fantastic! The mist gives something special at the picture.

Kay said...

Oh yikes! I totally missed this. It's just gorgeous! Wow!

Meead S. said...

Wow, this photo is really stunning. Very nice.

Thanks for your comment Dina. I will fly in the morning; from soon in the morning to noon.

Shimmy Mom said...

Beautiful photograph Dina! It looks almost mystical doesn't it? I hope that you had a wonderful Sabbath!
*hugs*

Arija said...

Such a gentle dawn, so calming with the enveloping fog.

soulbrush said...

what a beautiful picture...and shalom to you from london.

Catherine said...

How can I have missed this wonderful Sky Watch! It must be strange to live underneath! Don't drive on mountains roads at that particular time of the day!

ichandrae said...

beautiful profound peaceful photo. I get the same feeling as I do when I view japanese art which is the most calming art form.
thanks,
shalom.