Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
so delicate and silky....just beautiful...and my imagination can make the scent....
Lilies are so photogenic...These were birthday present from Claui, my soon to be daughter-in-law.
Thanks for sharing your lilies with us and I can imagine the scent!
Thanks for the beautiful pictures of the lovely flowers this morning. It was a nice break from a grey grey cloudy day in a grey cloudy week!Tammy
Exquisite photos with that glorious light and color! Makes me want to wallpaper my study with your pictures! :-)
Love the photographs and I'm trying not to imagine the scent.Regarding your mention of Hess the Hatter. She lived in NYC but was originally from Cincinnati. Quite an independent young woman, she went by herself to Europe annually to purchase for her shop. I'm not aware of a relative named Olive, but I'll ask my husband.
With a view like that, I'd be sitting at that pretty little table all day long. The flowers were mighty pretty too!
I can imagine the fragrance though!
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