Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
I just took some tendril photos myself, I think they are neat. However... I LOVE THE FIRST AND THIRD PHOTO!!!
Taking those first two photos we have the green and the red in harmony and the blue fading away, which, on this side of the ocean, would have a fine political message (and one I quite approver of)
little bits of natures art...it usually leaves me in awe...like the little curlies....smiles.
The first and third are from a Bird's Nest fern, Ms. A.Well done, Alan!
Lovely, sigh, the beauty of nature. Thanks for your comment on my new header...it's pretty 'out there'...if it stops raining here I'll go see if I need to pick something in my tiny garden.
Ah, a nice breath of fresh air.
I'm seeing an awful lot of symbolism in these lovely pictures of tendrils, twisted leaves, drooping heads too heavy to raise up to the light and of course the bell. Our media could make use of all of these as they spin their tales each day.
Lovely photos of country life.
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