Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
How delicate the foliage is in these trees - I think of how these leaves will soon be falling, and then of the ephemeral nature of things.
You make me almost wish for morning mist or fog!Please tell the leaves to hold on for a few more weeks. I want to see them on the trees! ;-)Wishing you a gorgeous fall day,Merisi
Roads surrounded by trees, ahhh, love it!
Definite feelings of mists and mellow fruitfulness.
I love these beautiful landscapes full of melancholy...
Gorgeous pics Vicki- have a great Sunday!
If I didn't know better, those roads could be ours.Sam
Looks like MY home, MY road, MY leaves!I love it.
and always carries such symbolism for me as well....journey on.....really nice pics vicki
That first photo is fabulous!
A romantic naturalist at heart...that's what these photos say to me...or it could be the promise of what's around the bend, or maybe what is being left, or even a lonely feeling as the road is empty (except for photographer.) Ah it does speak to the imagination!
"Take me home, country roads..."
Your photos are so delicate, so pretty in an otherworldly way. I don't know how to express how they make me feel, but I do love them.
There is nothing like the beauty of Fall.
I love those misty, moisty mornings. Beautiful photographs.
Vicki, forgive me the cliche, but with these photos, you have indeed taken me down memory lane.It was a sweet and beautiful journey. Nature does not disappoint us.xo
One of the nicest things of these small roads with fallen leaves at the edges is coming behinf another vehicle and watching the leaves dance and skitter as they pass.Have faith, Merisi, the color's just barely beginning. By the time you get here, the reds should be glorious.I almost quoted that, Martin.Sam and June -- maybe we all live on the same road. Wouldn't that be nice! Of course we do, in cyberspace...
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