Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
simply beautifully captured shots!
I love rainbows and we've sure had our share with all the rain we had lately. Some big, some small, some appear for just a few seconds, but all beautiful. Nice collection of pictures to enjoy over my morning cup of coffee.
Welcome, flying stars! I enjoyed my quick trip to India this morning, via your blog!Raining here this morning, Pat. We had an inch yesterday. All the trees and pastures are so thankful -- as am I.
Mornin' Vicki - a lovely way to start the day with one of your lovely wanderings. Thank you!
I didn't discover a single butterfly on our giant butterfly bush, what's wrong in Ireland's nature? probably to much weed killer and similar stuff around, farmers are so proud that they can afford that crap, it's such a pity. in our village glengarriff they sprayed several kilometres along both sides of the main road, the weeds don't vanish though. they just are burnt and brown and look worse than before. pure stupidity.
I think the gold might just be your lovely, lovely homestead. Thanks for sharing the pictures--we've had quite a few rainbows here this year too.Tammy
Hi, Kaye -- looking forward to reading Margaret Maron's piece tomorrow over at your place.Eliane -- what a shame about the spray! They use it some in our area but mostly the roadsides are kept trimmed by a mechanical cutter,Tammy -- Yep, I think the gold is all around us :-)
What beautiful photos, Vicki! Your wonderful farm truly is the gold at the end of the rainbow.
A beautiful butterfly and a wonderful landscape...And two strange photos...
Thanks, Miss Yves -- I confess to a strange attraction to bones -- that's a cow skull.
So, your blog deserves it's title:it countains such mysteries, for me !
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