Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!
I like the way all these flowers invite us for a peek in their heart!
The penultimate picture is my favourite. The blooming of a new day.
Just gorgeous. A real treat before I set off for another day at work - and it's sunny here today too. Love the tonal gradations in that shot of the hills.
Gorgeous blossoms!I LOVE the image with the mountain ranges, reflects how I remember the Blue Ridge mountains.
Beautiful flowers but the mountain pic is my favorite!
Love the mountain view, too. It's a photo to treasure, to be sure.Elora
I'm so glad you keep posting pictures of your gardens and flowers. That way at least I get vicarious garden beauty this year!
Thank you. such a wonderful gift from you to start each morning.
With all the other comments, ditto!
oh wow...the first and the third are just stunning...they really pop...
Flowers and sunshine. Beautiful!
Your flowers are all so wonderful. Great shots. They look like they are really healthy except for that fading tulip.
Just lovely. The mountains, oh my. I miss them, and hope to get there this summer to see how many ridge lines deep I can count.Would that be kale gone to seed in the last shot? I have a huge section of my garden with those same blooms, which I am offering up to the bees before I cut them back...
Every time I see your porch I want to sit down in the rocker and just ... Be.
Thanks, folks -- I love this time of year!Larry -- that's no fading tulip but a just opened lily that the slugs worked on when it was but a bud. Mel -- those are collard blossoms -- a very close relative of kale. I love the way the developing seed pods look like candelabras.
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