Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
I can't believe May is over already. Time is going so fast, like that proverbial end of the toilet paper roll!Snake!!! Yikes! Beautiful images, except for the snake and someone is looking quite frisky!
This year is flying by so fast. It seems like each year goes faster than the previous one. Beautiful photos; I just kept scrolling up and down looking at them!
Lovely sequence, as one season segues into the next.
new life...lots of beauty, lots of life...and a snake in the grass...was that a political statement...haha...
Beautiful pictures. June 1, where o where does the time go?
Love the garter (?) snake. How can you anything but love a creature who can so enjoy gathering warmth from the sun. It seems like day lilies grow wild here. A treat for the beginning of summer to see them along the backroads. Thank you for the beautiful photos. You do raise some gorgeous calves!
I would so love wandering through your fields and gardens...Wonderful!!! Cathy
Wow, where did May go! The lilies are gorgeous and that little red calve is just too precious.
Your photos are always so beautiful, yep, even the s-thing.
Herschel is quite the charmer! That was so funny about the rabbi....
Fabulous photos...all felt very fertility-centric, even the snake that at first glance appeared to me to be the shape of uterus and fallopian tubes...very cool.
I can't believe May is gone-but I see it was as lovely at your place as it was at mine : )
Where did May go? Quickly is all I know. Your photos made me smile repeatedly. Thank you for sharing the best of your May with us. I'm partial to flower photos, but the frolicking calf is my favorite.
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