They shoot horses, don’t they?
Actually, I sincerely hope they don’t. But this camera-shot horse skittering in the thick fog in the Chataignerie de Cantal last Autumn rather fits the prompt, blur in a way that pleases me. Sitting, as we have been, seemingly for a life-time (though in reality just for a few days) in persistent drizzle and mizzle, the picture also serves to remind me that it is not always sunshine that enhances, but that mist and cloud shrouds can provide a mysterious glamour all of their own.
PS: On the eve of Easter, I have to hope that the Bunny won’t get lost in the fog, nor the Bells take a wrong turn in the obscuring mist for that would be a catastrophe, indeed. Bonne Pâques a tous mes amies!
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Wonderfully mysterious and full of atmosphere and drama. Perfect for the “blur” challenge. Best wishes for the Easter weekend 🙂
Thank you Andrew! For the good wishes and the nice critique 🙂
Thank you Jim!
Joyeuses pâques aux belles xx
Milles mercis Cameron! J’suis tres hereux que vous allez mieux! 🙂 x
Alright, alright! You know I’m only going to have to put this through the translator now!! 😉 x
Me too! Merci Beaucoup 🙂
And a Joyeux Paques to you Osyth. XX
A good blur but I’m confused. Easter rabbit aka. Bunny is missing or lost in the mist and the delivery of Bells whisky might not arrive along with all your friends. Sounds like something from Twin Peaks.
Happy Easter…and now I am enjoying the idea of bottles of Bells’ whisky travelling to Rome and back…and wondering how many would make it!
None would make it safely out of this village, that’s a certainty, Helen! Happy Easter to you 🙂
That works so well. Happy Easter.
Thank you Janet! Happy Easter to you too 🙂
@”They shoot horses, don’t they?…” film-culte… avec Jane Fonda & Michael Sarrazin… 🙂
have a serene evening, young lady! <3
That’s the one, Melanie! Directed by Sydney Pollack …. I saw it too long ago to admit 😉
same here, Ossy dear! 🙂