Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Gorgeous photos... and look at those ears on Willa! Ha!
There's a real sense of anticipation in this sequence. The first shot is almost biblical.
I agree that the first picture is outstanding! The entire series is quite nice, but I love the pictures of Willa with her " inside out" ears. Ha!
smiles...would not mind a visit to hither and yon...haha...the kitten looks like she just woke up...smiles...
Is the beehive occupied? Wonderful photos as always. Particularly like how your critters tell the story.
The first images of the crepuscular rays is out of this world beautiful!Is that a real beehive?
I wrote spontaneously "crepuscular rays". Looking at the picture again, those rays actually form a Jacob's Ladder".
Beautiful photos. I have three or four favorites, including the leaves with the light shining through, Miss Susie, the first photo, I forget what else. But I kept waiting for "der" to show up....
You have such beautiful scenery in your area- love the animal pics!
The beehive is a fake -- terra cotta. But I'd always wanted a real bee skep and when I saw this, I succumbed.Willa's inside-out ears are her casual look.
Gorgeous! While I normally would choose my favorite to be the dog (who is incredibly photogenic!!!), I go back repeatedly to the photo of the leaves in shadow and silhouette against the pale sky -- abstract and mesmerizing.
Saw the first pic on Facebook. Stunning sky shot, Vicky!
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