Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
"He don't say nothin', but he must know somethin'"
The river seems to be pretty "rough" at times...
time as the river keeps rolling on to the ocean...smiles..bet it made sweet music...
You've beautifully captured how different a river is from day to day!
Rather than a song, I'll comment that that old gal, the French Broad, sure looks lovely!
That first picture looks like a darkness or evil looming over peacefulness.
If I lived within sight of moving water, whether river or sea, I would never get anything done. It is so beautiful and ever changing. I'm getting that mesmerized feeling just thinking about it.
How beautifully you capture the movement of the water. The first shot is full of mystery.
It looks like it was a pretty day. I don’t see any ice in it… I hear Blogger has a problem with spam right now – thanks for the note.
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