Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Love that fuzzy little brontosaurus necked shoot, of whatever it is!
I was seeking how to describe , to comment the third photograph: Ms A did it for me very well !
Lovely.Buckeye? Are yours turning already? Here they usually turn late August, but they're doing it Now!
some nice delicate beauty there....
Lovely! Yes, that number three - he's grinning!
The brontosaurus is a fern shoot. I thought it looked like the prow of a Viking ship.Kath, the buckeyes here occasionally have rogue branches like that. I don't know if they're sick and dying or just aberrant.
For a writer to be wordless, you do great, gal! Lovely way to express the beauty around you. Thanks.
Each one was definitely worth a thousand words. Beautiful.
Eye-popping colors -- just great -- barbara
Exquisite pics (whispered for mute monday!) ;0) Lovely post!! Cathy
We are back from our trip to Tennessee and I am delaying writing a post so I can read all my bloggy friends’ posts. I went to the Farmer’s Market on the Marietta Square on Saturday and bought some nice veggies. I tried a recipe for cymlings – from a Southern cookbook, and they were delicious (I think they are also called patty pan squash.) I bought tiny string less green beans (cooked the french way) and a small cabbage and more. I have not had artichokes in a long time. My mother used to cook them only one way – boil them and place them in the fridge. When they are cold serve them with a small vinaigrette made with a bit of French mustard, wine vinegar and olive oil – never had them with butter like you mentioned. And I learned something else on your post – cow birds – never heard of them before. While we were in Memphis my daughter was reading Fifty Shades of Grey, from the Library, at the recommendation of a friend. She said to me that she found it elementary, repetitive, and boring – she said the writing is atrocious and not titillating in the least - it was not erotica, maybe erotica for those who have never read erotica before. She could not see why it was such a bestseller, it must be good PR. It’s not on my list of books – I have too many good books waiting on my shelf. Love your pictures on Mute Monday.
Love the last photo, the ethereal arrangement with the light behind it...beautiful.
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