Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Very nice! It must be starting to get quite colorful up your way. I can't wait for you to share it with us! (at least I hope you will)
Nice shots, Vicki. We've had a return to summer over here. Rain, rain, and more rain!
nice....like the different textures of the season...the moss...the leaves....who's your little guy?
Nice shots Vicki. We're beginning to see a little color here. Drove over to Franklin yesterday and the higher elevations are beginning to look great in our area.Sam
Wonderful! Makes me want to head to the mountains to see all that beauty right now.
Here in my area, we are several weeks away from real fall color -- that maple leaf was an eager loner.The little fellow is my five year old great-nephew Jack. He spent the day with me last Saturday and, among other things, helped me gather up the potimarron winter squash.
These pictures tell me of simple flowers and a peaceful life. I love that picture of the light/dark human holding a globe in your sidebar. I'll go back and check it out some more.
Beautiful pictures!On Sunday, I found hundreds of autumn crocuses in a park nearby. Unfortunately, I could not take pictures because it would have meant climbing over a fence in Sunday outfit (there are limits I don't cross - yet).
All so pretty. I especially like the one of the little guy holding the squash. Am probably going to have to live the colors of Fall through your eyes. After the summer we had, I will be very surprised if we get much brilliance here!
no need for words... they are beautifully captured... love it!..JJRod'z
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