Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
These are great and the title is perfect... they do capture the light!
What a beautiful set of photos you put together. Loved seeing the soft hay bales after the spiky trees.
Gorgeous set of pictures!
Not only light and colour, but all important textures. Delightful, Vicki.
Oh, I know what you mean. The bright trees seem like spotlights when they catch the corner of my eye.Your third photo is wondrous. I love the layers of hills. I have tried many times to get that, but it takes very special atmospheric conditions for me to get a clear image. You nailed it.
Yes I know what that light looks like and all the greying trees on the mountainside. When I read your Blog, I come home.... (smile)
oo i like the second of the home....and that last one with the once vine of leaves....very cool...
I loved the bowl of light in the holler.
Very nice! Loved the hay bales best.
Pretty and delicate.
Light, colour, shapes - I love the first tree, it's like a flame.
Wonderful, all of these, but I particularly love the last one; great capture of the light and elegant spiral dance.
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