Bolam Lake in the eerie mist, Northumberland, England.

Today felt a bit eerie and maybe the Hurricane which we’re expecting helped to create such an effect on the weather today. The skies were almost dimmed uncontrollably and this mist appeared over the baron fields of Northumberland, creating a lost and unforgiven landscape in its wake. It was almost as if we were living in a completely new atmosphere where new gases were lurking. But lo and behold i had no difficulty breathing and so oxygen still prevailed in this atmosphere.

So i was sat inside thinking, i wonder how good Bolam Lake would look surrounded by this eerie mist, so i jumped up, got changed and headed straight for the Bolam Lake.

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This picture epitomised the eerie mist which refused to lift over the lake.

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Visibility had been turned down a notch or two.

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Here we have an empty boardwalk accompanied only with leaves which have fallen from the tree.

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Two swans gliding elegantly round Bolam Lake.

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Incoming trio of Swans about to land on Bolam Lake.

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Autumn coloured leaves floating helplessly.

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Many leaves which are yet to fall to their fate.

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A close up shot of Autumn leaves and a blurred out Swan.

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Bird’s nests becoming increasingly exposed from tree’s losing their leaves.

Swanning off into the distance!

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Close-up of a Cattail. Typical pond furniture!

A collection of today’s photo’s.

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