My love for Fog photos of West Virginia

 I love the fog, it is so much a part of our lives here. It rises off the streams and lakes in spring and summer in the early mornings.It makes me wait for the sun to shine pure and strong.

Sunrays and Steamy fog of the West Fork River Weston, West Virginia

Sunrays and Steamy fog of the West Fork River Weston, West Virginia

fog and trees stone coal lake West Virginia

fog and trees stone coal lake West Virginia

Morning fog on the farm in Jane Lew, West Virginia

Morning fog on the farm in Jane Lew, West Virginia

It creeps across the land in the fall and winter so dense and thick that you are unable to see the hand in front of your face. It makes you believe in the images created in movies where all the mysteries of life are hiding in the fog. It swallows things whole leaving just a shadow of an image for you to see.

Iron train bridge in Foggy West Virginia

Iron train bridge in Foggy West Virginia

Fog blocking sight of a road

Fog blocking sight of a road

 It dances and hides on mountain tops not ready to leave when the sun says it is time to rise from the ground and head home to the sky.

driving into the fog on rout 33 elkins

driving into the fog on route 33 Elkins

view of fog in mountains at Burnsvill West Virginia

view of fog in mountains at Burnsvill West Virginia

 It reaches out to you and blankets you with it misty curtain of silence….. leaving you in a world of imagination.

New River Gourge fog photo from thier wed site

New River  fog photo from their wed site

Foggy trees in the back yard

Foggy trees in the back yard

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10 thoughts on “My love for Fog photos of West Virginia

  1. Oh Jolynn, that all your pictures are beautiful. But that second picture just captivates me so. It looks like a painting I would love to get lost in. Just beautiful!

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  2. These are beautiful shots. There is something special about fog, and you captured it so well. Thanks for sharing these.

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  3. Faith Antion

    There is something magical about fog. Oh, I know what it is and how it’s made, but I still think it’s magic. Every morning on my commute to work, I drive through some farmland that is next to a river, and I often pull over to take a photo of the fog rising off the river and engulfing the farmland. These are beautiful photos – thanks for sharing!

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    • Thank you Faith I dont do alot of photo posts but Christopher and I were both sick last week so it was a nice way to keep up my goal of writing a post every week and not having to “think ” to hard to get it done… hope to see more of you photos too.

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      • Faith Antion

        JoLynn, I need to remember that I can do photo posts when I don’t feel like I have enough energy to write. Sometimes sharing little things here and there is better than waiting for it to feel “perfect.” Thanks for the reminder 🙂

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  4. Oh MAN !!! … I LOVE THIS STUFF !!!
    GREAT PHOTOS JOLYNN … especially the one with the bridge … love it !!!

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    • thank you as always Doug I do have a canning venison post in the works for you hopfuly this week so keep your eye open for that one … I was hoping to make canned stew also but the doe was small and I wanted the meat in Jars by that evening so the next one will have a stew or broth base just for you

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  5. Beautiful Pictures! I love the fog for all the reasons!!!

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  6. Looking forward to it !! THANKS JoLynn !!

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  7. You take excellent photos!

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