Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
There is something about this collection of peaked roofs that reminds me of little buildings that my Dad and I used to make out of the cardboard that the laundry used in folding his shirts. Each sheet of cardboard had a white side that could be decorated with windows, doors and so forth, and we could create little villages. You've brought back a very sweet memory. Thank you!
At first I thought there was snow on the roofs in the top photo! I love doing paintings of rooftops with their dramatic angles and shadows. Love these photos, Vicki.
I love your memory, Frances!
Looks like they are all Tin Roofs. Oh boy I haven't heard rain on a tin roof for so many years. Do you have tin roofs Vicki?
Yes, we do!
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