Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Extraordinarily beautiful, Vicki.
Makes a great picture, but I'm glad I'm not driving in it.
Hello VickiPeaceful!No more words are needed.BestTracy :)
And that's why they're called the Smokey Mtns. Lovely
Absolutely stunning photos today Vicki. We've tried unsuccessfully to capture these beautiful scenes and you've do. Merci.Merry Christmas to you and your family.Sam
nice...loving your mountains vicki...beautiful
and you shall be rewarded
Beautiful pictures, Vicki. I love "fog in the hollers." It says "home" to me. Jim
Gratitude...you use your talented eye to share so generously with us. (I had more to say, but the error message ate it all up, such is blog life)
I'm a believer. When we lived in dreary WI, I longed for the Winter Solstice, positive proof that the days would lengthen. Even if it would be nanoseconds per day for a couple of months.
Not a glimpse of sun here on the farm today though Justin told me it was shining in Asheville. Sometimes the clouds just linger around the mountains, as Kath pointed out. And the Blue Ridge, that most distant line of mountains in my pictures, has been quite blue.
I really don't know how you ever get anything done... If I had that view I'd just gaze and gaze. The misty strands are so lovely in these photos. I've only ever heard about these mountains in songs and books but, oh, I long to see them for real.
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