My Views 2020

By Woodpile

Mizzle Over The Solway Firth.

'Mizzle' is a 15th-century word that has the following meaning, To rain in very fine drops. I also heard a meaning for this word as, precipitation that is a mixture of mist and drizzle. Whatever it is this Mizzle hit land straight after I took this shot and the drizzle was more evident than the mist and with my camera not being waterproof I had to quickly put it in my jacket pocket. 

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