Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Ah, I love the sight of a well stocked wood pile!
That last one tells me someone has been busy!
Still-lifes that give tantalising glimpses of your rural life. Incidentally, I've never seen black potatoes before...
Thank you for the gift of seeing my world all over again. Beauty is everywhere, and you're the master at capturing it!
look at all those potatoes...def pleasing...smiles...and the little butterfly....i like...happy sunday
Some of your photos are pure beauty, and others speak of all the effort that has been expended to create that design!
Beautiful photos. I love the serenity of the blue hydrangeas in front of the open window, the comfort of the big woodpile, and the sheer pleasure of the lily.
All very pleasing, especially the loaded wood pile! Have a great week Vicki!
Your log store is looking impressive, Vicki!
I can't tell you how happy I'd be if I had that stash of wood ready to go!
Beautiful. I enjoyed seeing the butterflies as I've just finished 'Flight Behaviour' by Barbara Kingsolver.
Lovely, lovely images, almost like visiting with you!It makes me so happy that you share so many glimpses of life on the farm in the mountains, it is such a warm place, in every which way.Have you ever made a "photo book" of some of your pictures?
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