Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Twice as nice!
A nice crop of photos.
wow those first pics...i love the layer of mountains...with the roof topper...pretty funny how from one perspective the scales look tipped but from the other even...
What an author you are. Love your titles and your photos for how you send the observer on a myriad of trails of thought. Your photos are worth a thousand thoughts.
Such beautiful pictures of the valley! Thank you! Cathy
Never mind the scales . . . how'd the tower/cupola/whatever it is get solid panels instead of the lattice-y ones, between one photo and another?
Comment to June's question above...I thought the same thing. Then noticed the solid panels are just below the top roof (and statue) and the others must be below that top roof. Vicki, you do lead one into examining things more closely. Thanks!
I'd just sit and admire if I had your views.
Just look at that blue sky, my it's beautiful and the mountains - I'm missing my Tennessee mountain home.
Wonderful photos...they are all worth a second (and closer) look!
I love the mountain pic- so pretty!
Twice is nice -- enjoyed -- barbara
Ohhhhhhhh....Thanks, Barbara Rogers.
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