The fog was very heavy this morning and because foggy mornings make for great atmosphere, I drove into Farnham and snapped a few photos of the river and St. Andrew’s Church, which was built in the 12th century.
It’s been a very quiet weekend…both in the house and outside. I feel that this is the lull before the holiday storm. England doesn’t celebrate Thanksgiving, of course, but their Christmas season is taking on a very similar time frame as the U.S. Next weekend the cinema will premier the good movies… various towns are turning on their Christmas lights, and Wisley Gardens is having a Christmas fair.
AP and I have invited friends for a Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday. More on that later…
4 thoughts on “Sunday in Mid-November”
The madness starts earlier every year, it seems!
Gorgeous foggy pics! I like fog except when driving!
When does the madness start over in your neck of the woods? I actually like the holidays but it wears thin if it goes on too long.
Oh no, I’m trying to leave Italy at the end of the week but I’m trying to imagine a foggy Belgium while spending time in the deep blue sky days we’re having here. Lovely photographs though 🙂
Lovely shots. Isn’t this fog incredible??!! Hope you and yours have a lovely Thanksgiving!