Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Is that mangoes? Don't tell me you grow those, too?I can't tell what the last one is, but the others are lovely.
Vicki,I can see you feed your camera very well!The images are worthy of an album of their on, like "Camera Bits and Bobs" (somewhere out there I still have a blog called "M's Frippery", got lazy, though).A wonderful weekend to you and yours,MerisiP.S.:"Under the Skin" is now in Washington, DC. I am sharing it with a dear friend who visited the past week.
A nice little package of surprises, here, Vicki. I'm so glad photography went digital.
how come when you clean it, it looks far better than the dust i get...haha...lovely pictures...
Just keep feeding me those mountain pictures like the one at the top.
Thanks, as ever. Love seeing what your camera sees. It's a great little instrument, but the photographer is the talent!
Love that first shot Vicki; so good to see a shot of those beautiful mountains this morning!
What a great peaceful way to start my morning by viewing your lovely clicks Vicki. We've finally been getting some much needed rain in the last day or so.Sam
Ms. A -- Well spotted. Alas, the mangoes are from the grocery store. But their colors were so gorgeous, I had to take their picture.The last picture was a mistake -- a fuzzy shot as I walked out the front door. But I liked the angles and so I played with it a bit on Picasa.
I can't imagine what you'll find in your camera the next time you clean it out. Marvelous! Whew! If you were growing mangoes too, I'd just have to give up. We once rented a South Florida home with mature mango trees complete with orange-headed mango gobbling ducks beneath.
oooo loved that bowl
Lovely pictures, thank you for sharing!
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