Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
the fog adds a bit of magic or mystery doesnt it...looks like a pretty cool place to enjoy some quiet....
The water in the fourth photo is so perfectly still. These are beautiful. Is this a lake, or river? Lake Lure, maybe?
Tranquil scenes, Vicki. Is this a location near you?
Do I feel the hint of a chill in the air?
This is Lake Logan -- a few hours away from me. It's a conference center where I taught at a weekend writing workshop a few year ago. I've been at a literary festival in Burnsville the past few days and will post about that tomorrow. And yes, Jim, it has turned off right cool, as they say! The very welcome rains have brought lovely clear air and nippy temperatures! We're not closing the windows yet -- just putting on warmer clothes.
Oh my goodness- I could sit and gaze at that water forever- so still.
Those mist covered mountains are home now for me, but my real home the lowlands and always will be... Recognise the song? words not quite right. Those misty mountains look so spooky and fierce to me yet beautiful in their own way.Lovely pictures Vicki
These photos tend to make me think about what memories those hills and water might hold. Let us hope their future memories will be positive.xo
I live near Lake Chatuge and often see the fog over the water with the mountains in the background. Vicki, your photos bring a sense of peace just like the scenes I see so often from my deck.
Beautiful scenes from a beautiful lake!You must have been up early to catch the fog.
Another time, another place, out of time ...peaceful and beautiful
I thought that was Lake Logan. What a great couple of days that was. Sure hope WNC Woman does another retreat there one day.
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