Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Had a flashback of my grandparents' apple trees!
How your last picture speaks to me of the hands that built that building...
The bounty of the land!
The smell of autumn is undeniable.
What great textures, from fungus to chinked wood walls, apples and fallen leaves to a blossom (pea family?)
Just such a wonderful time of the year.
Bar, the yellow flower is Pale Jewelweed. The orange version is more common.
Thank you, I needed this.
Stir the potpourri of images and out comes your wonderful photos of apples, mushrooms, flowers, granite, hills, logs. Visual food. thanks
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