Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
You've managed to catch some beautiful colours here, Vicki. That green in the first shot is, well, luminous.
Nice colors. Love the shot of chartreuse in the first one.
Green in winter...Inusual but pleasant choice!(The beautiful horse was standing in a ground above the path where I took my photograph).
Thank you for this. You might have kept me alive for another day.
With no much snow, yes green is part of winter... I love how those pictures are taken...JJRod'z
nice...the color ont he lattice is really cool...and i like the hair moss too...
It's a cold gray day here. These are such a treat. Thank you.
Love the patina on the fence and the little statue. There is still lots of colour isn't there! You just have to look close.
Hey, where did your snow go? I love the bright yellows and the moss (is that moss or paint?) on the statue...
Hi Vicki. After five days in snow shaker world of Anchorage - these look like spring to me and very lovely! Thanks,
It's moss on the statue -- and on the lattice. I LOVE that brilliant chartreuse!
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