Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
We've been dreary for days, with rain, too. We had sun today, for a change. It was such a welcome sight, I snapped a photo of it coming in the window, so I wouldn't forget. Supposed to be ugly again, by Tuesday.
To see the details one by one makes you often realize a few things you never saw before. Quite a view around your place!
Spectacular views, Vicki. The first shot is my favourite.
really lovely to look down between those hills....
Now that's a view! Love the layered mountains and clouds. So pretty.Sam
How do you ever get anything done when you have views like that?
What a treat! Your photos make me feel like anything is possible in a world this beautiful. Thank you.
Those different perspectives of your vistas are breath taking. So the clouds change, you have been able to change the view of the earth!
These were yesterday -- after a long series of grey days. Today is bright and clear and gorgeous!
A landscape to lose yourself in. Literally too, I suppose.Your hills look like ‘blue remembered hills’ except that ours are much lower.
I so envy you the beauty of your mountains. Sigh.
I like the changing light, it's so beautiful...
Your mountains look so soft without the tree cover and the cloudy skies overhead -- nice -- barbara
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