Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Do you hunt mushrooms on your own property?Such a healthy set of pictures!
Looks like yesterday was a great day for photos!
Wow, beautiful photos! You're getting great color; I don't know if we're going to. The leaves are just turning sort of a sick gold, then brown. Now I'm going to go back and look at those beautiful photos again...and probably again.Monday night at 9 pm Amazon should be delivering your new book to my Kindle! (Apparently, they're on EDT). Not that I'm counting... :D
I want to swop places! Everything looks so beautiful and bountiful and peaceful! I know I keep repewating myself, but you have truly found your very own paradise :)
Something about the softer light of fall filtering through the wispy remains of colorful leaves . . . is just glorious.Peaceful, and inspiring, and just slightly melancholy.Of course, the calf made me say (out loud, here between the dogs at 3:19am) AWWWWWWW!
I love the photos of every animal showing one's face!(=qui montrent le bout de leur nez )
Oh yes, all the correct ingredients for the making of a happy day.
Love the chicken peeking out of the coop. Jim
Lots of activity, but a wonderful sense of peace, too.
I would call this post a very happy farm. Sam
As always a joyful post. Thank you.
nice pics...like that one bare tree ont he hill and the spider web...i started to interpret political messages since you started with the donkey and the bull and chickens hiding but i found no elephant so i will just appreciate the fun day...ha
Wonderful photos of a beautiful place. Ah, I can almost smell the fresh air.
Thank you for starting my morning off right!
I can't even imagine living in a city can you? Such beauty all around us in nature. Great pictures Vicki. Thanks.
Vicki! WOW! LOVE those shots!You could add Photography to your long list of talents! XOPS...I want a donkey!
Wonderful day and place to live too. I miss trees and grass.... AZ where we live is kinda desolate.
What a great day you had! Thanks for sharing these wonderful pictures of your world. It's not so sunny or scenic here right now, and I have a serious lack of cute farm animals!
Hello VickiWe have a spider that comes out at night on our front pourch to spin her web. I love watching her and seeing the art she is making.Have a good evening!BestTracy :)
The photographs are all great. But there is something about the chicken peering to the world outside the coop that really draws me in. I loved it!
Looks like yesterday was a good day : )
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