Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Looks beautiful, but nooooooooo thanks! I'll just enjoy your photos.
Damn good photographs
Love the photos. Love the title.
We got four or so inches of snow topped by at least an inch of rain (heating pad applied to back as I type) and then plummeting temperatures. Yes, it's pretty, but my sentiments are right along with the Dowager Duchess.
What a mood the snowy woods give...and I notice your perspective is close to indoors! Keep warm!
still...i am mad jealous....i want snow...
It's the wind here that makes me say "damn." We didn't get snow, thank goodness.
So beautiful! Nature and your photos. Stay warm!
Yes your perspective puts you indoors, but I know there is work to be done outside so that is the damnable thing.I feel guilty living out here in the land of milk and honey with 60F and clear morning skies.Your photos always complement your words and feelings and that's so neat.
As pretty as a dusting of snow looks, there are times when it's not as welcome as one would think. ;-)
Oh, so beautiful, love your porch.
Such a nice view but I know it's not the same thing to see it and to live in it!
O well, just think that it MUST be spring again some time.I love DL Sayers.
Damn beautiful! I love all four seasons. Thank you for capturing so much beauty.
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