Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
GREAT cat shot!
Silent Saturday. SSSh don't wake the cat. Lovely
Looking at these photographs, I'm just waiting for a twig to snap, a bird to break cover or the kettle to whistle.
Mmmm - that's about how I feel today too...
I love the rocks in your part of the world. When I first saw how the trees grew between them and split them, I was truly amazed. Solid granite in Tennessee. Where I am in England, we are on solid chalk, which is sooooo different. The beans we grow in our garden are called runner beans. They originate in south america and are grown here in England in abundance. I suggest you Google 'runner beans' on the Google.co.uk site and you will see lots of interesting information about them. I never saw anything like it in Tennessee while I was there. They have what I call 'bobby beans'in Tennessee although I think you call them something different there. Have a quiet and peaceful Saturday after all the carnage of the chicken massacre! (wink). Blessings, Star
i imagine your cats expression is pleading for a silent saturday as well...smiles. at least mine would...have a wonderful weekend vicki
Silence is golden,especially when filled with gorgeous images like yours here! (I bought an old hourglass egg timer at the brocante - on one side it says "Silence is gold", on the other "Talking is silver", in French, of course.)
I 'll only repeat Merisi's comment:"Silence is golden,especially when filled with gorgeous images like yours here!"
I'm playing catch up here after a very busy week -- I'll post for Sepia Saturday next week. Plus I've been rather wordy of late --- time for a change.Star -- I've grown something called scarlet runner bbeans with pretty red blossoms. Also Romano beans that look similar. Mostly I grow Blue Lake bush beans -- a slimmer, rounder bean that I try to harvest young.A lot of my neighbors grow cornfield beans which they let mature to fat beany beans before picking. A favorite is a strain called 'greasy beans' or 'greasy cut shorts.'Merisi - I hope you post a picture of that egg timer
While I live on the coast at the border of North and South Carolina I am in the country. I have that quiet peaceful calming these pictures show. Yet when I see it through someone else's eyes I still am in awe. Great pics. Thanks Vicki
The boulders remind me of Stonehenge, and the moss gives a snippet of old life. Thanks for downshifting the lifespeed a bit!Elora
just beautiful. Thank you!I want to give kitty a kiss on the nose.
You have beautiful rocks there. And I love the orange of the fish. You must have been flat on the floor with the cat to get that one - nice.
It pains me to admit it but the cat was on the dining table...
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