Under the low cloud of fog and mist stretches the vast beyond of New York City.
Somewhere out there is a blue sky but not here, not today and that's OK.
"Whispers of winter's beauty becalm the chaos of the city . . ."
Patti, you’ve taken me away from the mundane and allowed me entrance into alternate reality that we ignore because we often don’t just stop and savor it. You do. Thank you.
Tom, if I could put a ribbon around it and give it to you with grateful thanks . . . I would!
A heaven on earth after all? Lovely image.
Thank you Gerard! We take, or should that be we make, our heaven where we find it!
Love the delicacy of this – it makes me think of Japanese watercolour paintings. It’s got that same power just below the surface.
Oh I love the idea of the wonderful borough of Queens rendered as a Japanese watercolour painting, thank you Richard!
I thought exactly this too – I can really see those stilted houses!
does the snow make it louder or quieter there???
The snow provides the most wonderful and blissful vacuum of quiet! Until the snow plough comes along with that grating scrape . . . . 🙂
Such a mysterious kind of beauty…
Where would we be without the mysterious qualities of the weather!
Fog – my favorite environment. You’ve really got a great image here Patti. It has an asian feel to it – like a zen miracle.
Something so warm and revealing about fog and I know how well you work the magic of winter!
This is for you Patti!
You are far too kind sweet Lanier, thank you thank you! 🙂
I know what you mean 🙂 and I like your take Patti. Hugs from snowy Zagreb….
Hope you are well, warm and comfortable in snowy Zagreb and thank you so much for warm hug!
Greetings to you dear Frizz from this side of the view!
Thank you Rabirius and how lovely to meet you!
I like this weather. Especially in pictures.
A wonderful photograph with a quality of Japanese rice paper painting to it. Or maybe just a Japanese scenery. I really like this dim, fade and foggy landscape. As of a different dimension.
The transformative effects of the weather which did indeed put Queens into a different dimension. Thank you so much Otto!
Great post Patti , awesome shot of cloud fog land thanks for sharing my friend 🙂
You are very sweet, thank you Jake!
There are just days when we wake up and feel like these, “Somewhere out there is a blue sky but not here, not today and that’s OK.” Both in vision and reflection. Well captured moment.
How do you manage to make the bleakest landscape look so beautiful and ethereal Patti? 🙂
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