Foggy Morning at the Small House – Photo Diary

Woods pines fog“Sometimes we need the fog to remind us that not all of life is black and white.”            Jonathan Lockwood Hue

 

We are not yet used to daylight saving time on the homestead. It is “spring forward” and hour in SW Michigan. My body gets me up at the same early hour every day. Only now it is dark outside.

This gives me time to start cooing a meal, start a load of laundry, clean up the house and perhaps do a bit of computer work before heading outside to take care of the chickens.

Barn sun rising in fog

Today though I was treated to a lovely view of an early morning fog that shrouded our property and gave our outbuildings a lovely muted and mysterious look.

Barn coop garden in fog

In spite of the monochromatic look, it was a beautiful morning, quiet and calm.

Chicken coop in fog USE

Our chicken coop and sun under the majestic White Oak.

“Beyond the fog lies clarity.”     Anonymous

Small House homesteader, Donna

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