Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes
VickiWow! What an explosion of colour. Love the kaleidoscopic transition between photographs.
Gorgeous fall pics! I had a little kaleidoscope when I was a girl. I was nutty about it and would spend hours looking through that thing.
BEAUTIFUL ! :)
I too love kaleidoscopes and wish that Mr. Spellcheck had caught my mistake on the title as originally posted.The leaves were blowing off the tress yesterday making me think of being inside a kaleidoscope -- or an autumnal leaf globe, if there were such a thing.
Hi Vicki, fantastic caleidoscope, how I loved them when I was little!!!, and still love them.CariñosMaria Cecilia
Wow! I am suitably impressed! Just beautiful.
Mother Nature and you are great artists !I remember how I loved Kaleidoscopes when I was a child.Did you see that I gave you an award, a week ago ?(Post: Prix) You really deserve it ...
photograff.blogspot.com/2009/10/prix.htmlIf you don't want to go on and play, never mind !
Thank you, Maria Cecelia and Mountain woman -- the SLIDE widget does all the work -- you just add in pictures. I find it addictive . . .Oh, Miss Yves, Thank you! I've been meaning to get back to that post . . .
Fantastic! I love kaleidoscopes! Isn't it nice to try out all the various styles?! Have a great Halloween, but not like the ones in"Old Wounds"!
Reader Wil -- Oh dear me, no! Not like in Old Wounds!
Wow! I love that kaleidoscope and the photos, too. I stared at the kaleidoscope too long, though, and now my eyeballs feel like they're twirling, lol. I get mesmerized by those things...
Victoria -- I too am entranced by these things. I know what you mean by spinning eyes.
I am always in awe of the e-games one can play with all those tools out there! Kaleidoscopes (I remember a red shiny cardboard tube) are so fascinating, one only needs to be careful to not run into objects while in their thrall. Virtual ones are safer that way!Thanks for letting us watch. :-)
With this widget, Merisi, it's hard to know when to stop! I keep wanting to try one more picture to see what patterns it will produce -- like the green lattice -- not a great pic but a wonderful kaleidoscope pattern,
Vicki, thanks for the kaleidoscope! I went and put one on my FB page--fun!Deana
These are addictive little widgets, Deana!
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