Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
These photos are all so beautiful to see. I like how you captured each one, enhancing it's individual color and texture.
Vicki:Gracefully alluring natures bounty, your words and photos are exquisite.Joanny
joanny has summed it up. Exquisite.
Very striking (and very beautiful) photographs. You take everyday scenes and somehow freeze-dry the beauty and symmetry.
You captured the essence of early August.I wished those days would never end.Happy Sunday!
I do believe everyone before me has said it all! You can find beauty in everything surrounding you Vicki, and we so pleased you share it with us.
gorgeous pics vicki...that orange seed head is realy eye catching...
Every one of those pictures is gorgeous - and I love the word luxuriant.
Thanks, folks -- these days are pretty rushed but there's still time, thank goodness, to catch these moments.
Your flowers are beautiful. We had coneflowers the first few years that we lived here, then the rabbits came in and ate all of them. Those pears look lucious. Your pictures of seed heads and seed pods make me see flowers in a new way.
Each pic is lovely and perfect for this month of August!
Oh, my goodness. Luscious. i can't believe I spelled luscious lucious.
Wonderful shots and words: long evening light lingers...
august is a beautiful oneeven if she's a gal in a hurrywith smeared lipstickher hair still looks good
glorious pictures. August is such a neither here nor there month around here; your pictures give it colour and beauty.
Where has this summer gone? Great pics! XO
Vicki -- your last photo of the branching tree with soft shadows feels very meditative -- barbara
Beautiful photos, enhanced by your words.
Jon Lee -- I love flowers like coneflowers and hydrangeas and sedum that ue to be interesting even well pst their prime -- just like some people.Thanks, Tipper! There's still a lot that's beautiful out there!Paul C. - I've always loved those long shadows.Suz -- Perfect! You nailed it!Friko -- it can be pretty blah or just godawful hot but the past few days have been less humid and actually hint that Autumn may come someday. Carol -- Good question!Barbara - I love the way tress show up with the sun behind them! And that one has a pretty trunk, I think.Thanks, Victoria! Poetic prose or prosaic poetry? Who can say?
How is my gardener/cooking/writer lady these days?? such beautiful images you show us today!!!hugs my darling,maria cecilia
Muchas gracias, Maria Cecilia! I am very busy in the garden just now. Besos a ti.
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