Tuesday, June 10, 2014

June Views












8 comments:

Thérèse said...

Picture Nr 7 looks like a circle of Life! Nice.

Kath Marsh said...

LEt me guess why it's called The Blue Ridge Mountains.

Brian Miller said...

i rather like that rain pic in the end....tamping on the morning glory...the fields are planted here it seems...i can smell the manure...smiles.

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

What a lovely trip through this collection! I've so many questions. Last pic what is the flower? Love the rain on the porch. What it that pole in the middle of the field on the hill? What is planted so lovely in curving rows in the field? Great morning sharing!

Vicki Lane said...

Barb, the purple flower is clematis. The pole was once used to stack hay around -- the old time way of dealing with hay before there were baling machines. (We've made hay this way and its kinda fun.)And that's tobacco in the curving rows. (Not ours, thank goodness -- we quit growing tobacco years ago.)

Jim Egerton said...

Nostalgia grabs me instantly and takes me back to spring rains and hills and hollows of Henderson County. Your Pictures are story books of life in the Smokies. Thank you Vicki

Frances said...

Vicki, thank you again for feeding my country dreams.

xo

Darla said...

Ahh, the pouring rain…I could feel it from here! Great photos!