Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Is that last one a barn with a window?
The second photo looks a bit Sci-Fi!
These pictures make me think about the wind, Autumnal wind...
Lovely dog but he/she looks old. I hope she's in good health?
ooo cool cabin...the ivy covering in the second one.....kinda looks like sheet ghosts....ha...
You had these saved for Halloween, didn't you, and didn't use them...
The second picture is of the insidious kudzu vine threatening to envelop a village.The dog was a passing stranger -- these pics really are random. The last pic, Ms. A., is a tiny log cabin that we use s a garden tool storage place.They are rather spooky, June! Boo!
There is something so intriguing about abandoned houses. You want them to tell you their story! Enjoyed your post! Have a grand day! Cathy
Martin said: "The second photo looks a bit Sci-Fi!"To paraphrase Mowgli:"And the Kudzu, the dratted Kudzu, Shall cover it all!"--Mario R.
These are great. You sometimes just share randomness, and sometimes a story. I'll look at each.
I can't believe the vine that ate the South is still so green. I think I will spend tomorrow evening reviewing your archives and those of some of my other favorite bloggers. I simply cannot watch.
Wonderful pictures. Whose dog is that? Yours?
Love the photo of the dog!
Oh Vicki, I can so easily recognize the atmosphere in your photos in this post.Let's hope that many, many folks will vote tomorrow, and that their votes will be counted. (From a realist, not a cynic!)Tomorrow afternoon might just call for a nap. xo
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