Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Foggy Morning

We had a very foggy morning a few days ago.  Not to mention that we had lost power during the night (which also means we have no water since we are on a private well).  So, with nothing to do inside the house, I took my camera outside and snapped a few pics. 



I found myself reciting the beginning of a poem I learned in high school: 

The fog comes
on little cat feet.....

I have no idea how that popped in my head, but I couldn't remember the rest of it, so I had to look it up.  Turns out, it is a poem by Carl Sandburg:

The fog comes
on little cat feet
It sits looking
over harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on.

I'm sure it stuck in my 15 year old brain because it paints such a good visual.  It's good to know I can remember something from so long ago, when most days I can't remember where I sat my coffee cup down from one minute to the next!! 

10 comments:

Lisa said...

Wow. What a beautiful day in a beautiful place with a beautiful poem! Thanks for sharing!

(And a Beautiful holiday banner too ;) )

Teresa said...

I like that last line, Yes I can remember long ago but for the life of me "where did I put my keys?"
I took some pics of the fog, too and put it on my blog.

I like your first pic, if there was just a tad more light coming in, it would look like a Thomas Kincade painting.

Gail said...

A wonderful poem!

We are lucky to have springs, when the power goes we can get a bucket.

Great fog pictures.

Desert Rose said...

I just love mornings like that...you photos truned out great! happy holidays to you and yours!

Carolynn said...

Love the poem, love the photos. Hope your water is back on!

The Japanese Redneck said...

Great pictures. I like that poem.

Crystal said...

Those are pretty cool pics, like they belong in a story or something.

Christina said...

What great pics. Doesnt the desert throw off the most beautiful colors?

Clovie Boy said...

I remember that poem! Nice photos - I like the colors. Also love the photo of the bunnies around your Christmas tree!

Rising Rainbow said...

I remember that poem too. It's been a long time though, thanks for the reminder.

Merry Christmas to you and yours!