Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Gorgeous - maybe I'd take that stroll on a perfect summer afternoon!
If you are lucky enough to live in the mountains,you are lucky enough.A saying a friend has written on an exposed rafter in her dining room. We are so lucky to live here, to be able to see these mountains daily, how they change with the light. And Willa is pretty special too!!
Aaaah, that was nice. Thanks for taking me along.
Sunlight coming down through the leaves!Looks like magic, doesn't it?
nice...beautiful views....and of course cute willa steals the show...smiles...nice mountains though
Beautiful photos, I love walking through the woods!
I would gladly take a stroll with Willa anytime. So pretty.Sam
Vicki, I so enjoyed taking this walk with you and Willa. That early fallen leaf is a beauty!xo
Just beautiful. (Hope you had your insect repellent handy though.) I just love the light and shadows.
Time to begin to plan our fall trip to the mountains. Never have lived there, but it always feels like coming home. Wonderful pictures.Lynne in GA
Very nice stroll. Thank you for taking me along in photos. Now, what the heck kind of track was that?
"who was this?"If it had been: what is this? I would have suggested: a huge four-leaf clover!Lovely pictures.
Lovely dreamy pictures for a Sunday afternoon. Thank you Vicki!
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