Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Given the rainy summer we had, it's hard to believe we are near drought conditions. We need several day of gentle, steady rain. I love your pictures, anyway.
Really lovely photos. Even though the heat has diminished today there is no rain in our forecast either. It would be greeted with pleasure. Have a grand weekend!!!
I know you need rain but of the two choices I pray for the implosion or explosion of #45!
My goodness, do those cows have legs on one side shorter so they can graze on that slope? The southwest, where I'm visiting, is pretty monochromatic, with subtle shades of dirt/rocks that are vibrant. I hope to see some fall foliage going up to the Rockies before coming home....where I hope we finally have a bit of fall. Implosion is possible with such a wind-bag.
Those cattle have that "foggy dew" look of them thar hills. As to # 45 I have another number in mind for him, # 2. Hope you get some rain soon. We had a teeny bit last week, less that 1/10 inch.
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