Tuesday, January 15, 2013

when fog gives way

and blue sky presses its pert nose through the clouds,
brattleboro transforms into the stuff of storybooks.

17 comments:

Melissa said...

So picturesque; it looks just like a postcard. Lucky you!

Janet said...

I like your prose as much as the photo!

Malyss said...

Just what I was about to say: a fairy tale's mood!

Cezar and Léia said...

Thanks for the big size, I enlarged the image and it's magnificent!
Léia

Sharon said...

What a beautiful image. It certainly has a storybook feel.

Thérèse said...

THis picture makes me think about naive puzzles...

Rob Mandy said...

With fairies and dragons...

Library Jewel said...

What a lovely view of Wantastiquet and the colorful houses in the rising fog!

Sketchbook Wandering said...

I am a newcomer to your blog. I saw your messages at the blogs of Birdman & of Library Jewel...Your photos & poetry delight me, thank you for sharing them. ~Rita

Jack said...

Pretty, brattcat. Brattleboro must be pretty in that kind of light.

Bob Crowe said...

It looks like the New England of the American imagination. Hopelessly romantic, and yet real.

Doug Hickok said...

Your photo certainly does make it look like a story book place... beautiful light, color, point of view, setting! How inspiring it must be to live here :^)

Lynette said...

Lovely, totally lovely. I am ready for the fog to leave here, too. We've got a temperature inversion holding it over Portland right now. Sun's shining bright up on Mr. Hood where the temp is warmer.

Tom Singleton said...

Like a postcard, fog is so lovely, even when it is leaving.

Kate said...

I think it would make a terrific scene on a page in a book for children.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's like the beginning of a story Brattcat..

Sharon Creech said...

Oh, yes! So purty! Camden is looking that way today, too. . .