Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Morning








Morning Fog Lifting
in the Tuscan Hills
Chianti Region

16 comments:

  1. Exquisite, Merisi, truly exquisite photographs. They were so beautiful they brought a lump to my throat.

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  2. Merisi, SUPER !

    Toujours de jolies photos... La première avec la brume donne un air de mystère !

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  3. such a wonderful morning !

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  4. Perfect photos for a glorious morning, this morning!!

    The second one is especially gorgeous.

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  5. The world it looks different today,
    doesn't it Merisi? Brighter I think!

    xox
    Constance

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  6. as constance said above, the world does look different today! gorgeous pics again, sugar! xoxo

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  7. Mystical photos.....they would all make a beautiful setting for another Lord of the Rings movie.
    ~Allie

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  8. Stunning, magical morning. I love how the fog is lifting and the dew drops dance on the grass blades.

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  9. What gorgeous evocative pictures. Those olives look about ready for gathering in.

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  10. moannie,
    oh, you warm my heart,
    thank you!

    Webradio,
    that view went over a wide valley,
    and was truly spectacular, and unexpected. We had started climbing the hill while it was still dark.

    Mélanie,
    I imagine, mornings like this happen also in your beautiful part of the world, the olive groves of the French South.

    Willow,
    I felt I had to post something inspiring, on a morning like this! ;-)

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  11. Rochambeau,
    a truly great dawn, Constance,
    yes. :-)

    Charles Gramlich,
    rarely had I felt so gratified about having gotten out of bed before the crack of dawn! ;-)

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  12. Savannah,
    I couldn't help crying, while I listened to the acceptance speech.

    Allie,
    imagine, olive groves like this have existed for thousands of years.

    Photowannabe,
    watching the fog in the valley lifting, the sun slowly painting the tops of the hill gold, and the dew on the grass, under those old olive tress, unforgettable moments.

    Wandring Star,
    you are right! I even got pictures from the olives harvest.

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  13. Wow, such great pictures. The second one is my favorite. :-)

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  14. Tuscany's reputation of being one of the most beautiful places on earth is not undeserved! I'm always amazed at how effortlessly gorgeous it appears.

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