Sweet Pea Tendrils In The Fog

The closest we'll get to rain for a week or more?
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A foggy morning.
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Dripping, greyed.
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Grey and dripping.
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Muted morning light.
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Without crisp shadows.
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Sweet Pea tendrils in the fog.
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  1. Gorgeous images as always, Hoov! We're getting hit with nearly endless rain this week and last night wind was added for fun. I'd love to share some with you if I could.

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  2. At least there's moisture in the air then. I guess every little bit helps.

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    1. Since there is so little, I have to hope it does. Better than a hot dry Santa Ana wind event, at any rate.

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  3. Great pictures. My sweet peas still haven't bloomed, although they finally have buds. Mine want to lay along the ground rather than climb the trellis I provided - next year, I'll have to try a support with more to cling to like the one you used.

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    1. Yes what I used worked great. I got them leaned up against that wire when they were about 3" tall and they did the rest. The 'Royal Mix' is what is blooming. The 'Early Mix' is just getting flower buds now. The Cupanis went kaputski for reasons of their own, unfortunately. Next year...

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