Wednesday, 10 March 2010

The Foggy Foggy Dew

To avoid confusion, for the readers with a folk music background I will point out to begin with that I have not been saving anyone from anything!

The morning of 10 March was very foggy as we went on out morning walk at about 8am.  This meant the overnight work of the local arachnids was very pleasing to the eye.  Also quite varied in style.
The dew also decorated the flowers of this Eriochilus cucullatus (Parson's bands or White Autumn Orchid).  By 10:30, when I returned to take some more photos the dew had gone but the result was a tad sharper.
However the moisture was still evident on this Hypoxis hygrometrica (Golden weathergrass), possibly because it was located under a tree which was still dripping onto it.

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