Things are a bit foggy…

Happy New Year to you all and hope your holidays were wonderful. DH was off the last two weeks of December so I took off from social media (except for Instagram @imagesbytd ) to enjoy some down time. During that time the weather did NOT cooperate and we were unable to take a planned trip so it was just milling about locally.

I did get two good photos of some ducks I had not seen before so that’s a bit of something, isn’t it? Other than that I did a lot of cooking and baking and weight gaining; not complaining too much, things turned out quite tasty.

But now that it’s January and it’s back to regularly scheduled life, I find myself in a fog like this shot of the beach at a nearby lake on New Years Eve morning. What day is it has been something I’ve said every day for several days now. Once the fog clears in my head and I catch up on some things that I let go while on break, I’ll be… probably just as behind 🤣


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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography.
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8 Responses to Things are a bit foggy…

  1. Timothy Price says:

    Through the lens foggily. Beautiful shot.

  2. Nice fog image! It’s been foggy here in Georgia, too.

  3. Ingrid says:

    Happy New Year Teri. Hopefully the fog lifts and you’ll get to go on a trip soon.

  4. Nancy says:

    Not foggy here but my brain is. I know what you mean… it takes time getting back into the groove.
    Lovely photo of a foggy day.
    Happy New Year!

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