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Thursday, February 7, 2013

One foggy morning . . .


Slowly I walk
and wander
to the edge of the unknown
where my vision is cloaked
and mystery abounds
where there is stillness
yet things move
where there is silence
but I can hear
where there is peace
and I feel at home
I breath . . .
I exhale . . .
I begin to feel a warm glow
as it chases the veil
revealing all
that the heart already knows
of beauty and goodness
of nature and life
. . . and I stand before Him in awe

     -Kim


one foggy morning....one very foggy morning,




I went back to the house to get the camera after dropping off the kids,


and went to a park,


and it was dreamy and beautiful and still,


and you could see the fog literally floating by in little droplets and it was amazing!



This week for Photo Art Friday our challenge was an abstract starting out with Bonnie's free texture Dropped Petals as a background, plus any other pdpa texture, plus 1 or 2 other images .

{Dropped Petals-I started out with 2 layers as a background}

{My three images I used and another of Bonnie's textures Dusty Rose}

And this is what I ended up with . . . 


You'll probably see some more fog photos in the future, I had to save some for a rainy day!

Wishing you all a fabulous weekend....

Love, Kim
XO





65 comments:

Patti G said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Jeanne said...

Love your poem Kim, and your fog photos are fabulous. We have had some foggy days here, and work has been getting in the way of my photography. These are all wonderful!

ClickNCamera said...

Great shots - very inspiring! Lovely poem too...enjoy your day!

Pride In Photos said...

I read your post over at little by little too! Lovely as always...can you be my mentor?♥ It is so true we always have so much to learn, no matter how far we think we have come. Blessings to you my friend.

Barbara said...

Love these Kim, now I wish we had fog. We miss out on all the fun stuff in weather.

Sherri B. said...

Gasp! Your photos are incredible, and I absolutely love what you did for Photo Art Friday. And your written words...so deeply spiritual and from the heart. They spoke to me. Beautiful!

Carol L McKenna said...

Absolutely beautiful photography ~ what a gift to spend time this way ~ Wonderful!

Carol of (A Creative Harbor) ^_^ on Blogger visiting from Cool Clicks

Tamar SB said...

Oh the mystic! Gorgeous shots, as always!!

kathyinozarks said...

I just love coming to your pages always so beautiful

Adrienne said...

I love what you wrote...that you went home for your camera and back out to get this time, these shots. Again, I feel you've given voice to thoughts I carry in my heart!

Shutter Happy Jenn said...

Oh wow, these are all amazing photographs! I love that artwork you made - converging images + textures is pretty!

Bead and Needle said...

What a gorgeous way to start my morning! It's very rare that we see fog here in the desert...living vicariously through your gorgeous photos this morn. Happy Thursday - Tanya

Karen said...

Beautiful shots. Fog makes everything look so soft.

Jennifer said...

Gorgeous! I love all these shots. Thery are so dreamy.

Mary Gene Atwood said...

Simply stunning! These have a wonderful mystical quality to them.

Lmkazmierczak said...

Excellent shots and use of techniques ♫♪ Here's my Cool Clicks effort: http://lore-eleven.blogspot.com/2013/02/icy-convex-mirror.html

Molly said...

Simply stunning selection of images!

Mollyxxx

Deanna said...

we so rarely have fog like this that it becomes a magical time. love all of your images, and your poetry is quite lovely.

Lavender Cottage said...

Sensational fog photos, I like the eeriness of the second one.
Judith

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Jan said...

Just beautiful...

Silvina Soave said...

UNA BELLEZA!!Son preciosas todas tus fotos! Me encanta tu estilo.Abrazos desde argentina.

Lisa Gordon said...

A beautiful series, Kim, and I love your edit.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

Jaymi said...

such beautiful shots! I love the one of the little water drops on the strands of web! So beautiful!

Brenda said...

Mystical and mysterious and gorgeously beautiful. Love that first one - with the sihouetted tree, the barely visible picnic tables and the glowing golden light. And your final combination image is stunning. The texture work, painterly quality and abstract feel are so very appealing.

Cheryl said...

Excellent! Beautiful! Amazing!...
Your words touched me deeply...Your photos are surreal, and I just love them. And that final image...your artwork...truly fantastic! How I hope you print it and hang it. Well done, Kim.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Your words and photography are so inspirational! Reinforces what I love about this hobby of mine. You really captured some incredible morning moments!

Kim Cunningham said...

You are a great writer and have such a way with words. These images are stunning, a bit mysterious, eerie, and beautiful! Inspiring!

Divine Aleligay-Tan said...

Beautiful world put into words.

Visiting from Little Things Thursday. Take a peek also at http://inmysolitude-divine.blogspot.com/2010/08/in-my-solitude.html

Cathy H. said...

These are stunning, Kim! Beautiful poem!

Norma Ruttan said...

the world veiled in fog...absolutely breathtaking! I love your poem, very inspiring.

Marilyn said...

Oh Kim, these are beautiful shots of nature in all her glory. It's hard to improve on them as they are SOOC. But you managed to do it with the textures and the way you put them together. Really nice :)

Marilyn said...

I forgot to say I love your poem too. It's perfect for your images.

http://vivhalliwell.com said...

Wow Kim fantastic so dreamy very fantasy love it ...

SueAnn Lommler said...

Your final image is fantastic! And I loved seeing your process,
Well done
Light and alluring!!
Hugs
SueAnn

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Sensational Kim. Your words, photos and photo art are brilliant.

Kris @ beyond the whiskers said...

I really love how you have the light etchings in the bottom right mirroring the sun light. It giving the piece a natural balance that sooths and comforts.

Linda Kittmer said...

Kim, all of your images are stunning. The abstract turned out beautifully, but I love the whole series!

Anki-itte said...

Wonderful photos.

Ostrich Fern said...

Such a beautiful foggy morning. You took some wonderful photos. Really very nice.

Emily S said...

Stunning work!

Pat said...

Beautiful post - so many gorgeous images. Your composite turned out beautifully.

Nicki said...

Lovely poem, beautiful images and excellent application of textures.

Kia said...

Exquisite photos and beautiful words. :)
Have a wonderful weekend.

Kathryn said...

I could 'feel' the words of your poem and even though I love all your images I think this fog series might just be some of my favorite yet. I love them and the air of magic and mystery about them.

Janet Bocciardi said...

Oh I'm so glad you took more photos that day! Just love the sepia and dreamy look to them.

Miriam said...

Fabulous foggy abstract. I just love the light in your finished piece. Wonderful!

travelintoadventure@gmail.com said...

Totally and Absolutely prefect..
Colors and all the mix is prefect!!!
Hugs

Anne U @ hot coffee mama said...

These images are absolutely breathtaking.

Ida said...

Beautiful. This is what Bonnie had in mind when she said that our pieces should, "Blend together seemlessly. I think your end result is so pretty.

Katherines Corner said...

gorgeous, we've has a lot of smoggy fog.here. xo P.S. thank you for sharing at the hop

Carol said...

So very beautiful!

Linda R said...

WOW! What amazing shot. And your poem is beautiful.

Hugs~

Melissa Bliss Rich said...

Absolutely stunning images Kim! And I adore your beautiful poem. Thank you for sharing!!

Andrea Dawn said...

The poem, the pictures . . . perfection! Such great talent you have to capture ideas and emotions in both writing and photos. Always blessed to stop by.

tiarastantrums said...

that first shot - A-MAZ-ING!!

Currie Silver said...

BEautimous, Kim. And your poetry, well, overall a great gift to visit you this week. I love how you've approached the fog and sort of tamed it.

So often I wish you were close by and we could go on a walk together. It would BE amazing to see what you see...

Queenvickans said...

Fantastic!

June Caedmon said...

Your images and musings are lovely, Kim. So much depth and character. Nicely done!

Annmarie Pipa said...

wow...beautiful!!!

Patty said...

Just lovely. What a nice way to start he day.

Cathy said...

Not sure how I missed this, but WOW! All of these photos are so lovely. I love fog.

patty said...

{i cannot believe i am at least the 3rd "patty" leaving a comment!! how unusual!! :) }

lovelovelove these images, kim! the 5th one down... is that the fog droplets or a texture?? if it's a texture, would you mind sharing? not that i even know how to use textures, but i've always wanted to start, and that background is dreamy.

and i know you are going to tell me it was beautiful fog. love nature.

xo

ps: thanks for sharing at 1440!

patty said...

ok.
i was the 4th! :)

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