Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
You've still got some color to go with those beautiful blue skies. Love the stone house. Love it!
great photos after a sullen storm -- barbara
Beautiful Vicki - it all looks so different from here. I suppose it is the conifers here that so dominate. Anyway,lovely photos, thank you, Katy
ah i feel a bit refreshed already.....love the last little brilliant colors in that last pic....
So is the stone building with blue doors the school house? Confused me.
We've been having beautiful weather in Missouri. I almost feel guilty as I watch the terror of Sandy. Beautiful blue skies.
I loved the sinfully blue doorand the light passingthrough leafgreat photosYou do indeed have an eye for pictures
The stone house is just a little house -- the school building is long gone. The church building (no longer a church) stands more or less where they used to hold court. This is Walnut -- a tiny collection of houses that once had a post office and some stores but, with the coming of cars and good roads, has lost its commercial section.
Isn't sunshine a miracle after a storm? Gorgeous pictures!
Oh such familiar sights Vicki and so nice to see. I presume you fared well in the storm? We had such wall to wall coverage over here and I felt so sorry for everyone affected.
It was so beautiful today, it brought tears to my eyes. :) Love the blue "haint" doors on the little house. BTW, Willa is looking great! Helen
wow, I am anon now...I truly need lessions in the tech world. :)
Wow, it all looks picture perfect.
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