Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
The flowers and hummingbirds are about as wild as I'd care to go!
ah love the hummers....even the little snake...though he does not look so little...ha.....cool captures.....
So much life in your garden!
Best part of late summer. Great photographs.
Lovely wild morning glories...and all.
Even that snake looks bearably attractive and not too scary for a townie like me.
Love the hummers! Hey, I think instead of "monkey mind," I have "hummer mind." :-)
Summertime, and the living is easy!
Love the way the ornamental bird appears to be stalking the snake.
Vicki, what kind of a snake is that? It looks pretty big---is it?Deana the queena
Deana -- it's a Northern Water snake and a young one, maybe two feet long. They don't get a lot longer but they do get thicker.
The snake freaked me out! I am phobic, and I live in rural Appalachia where snakes abound. Is that water snake poisonous? Does it stay on land long?The rest of the photos are wonderful, especially the flowers. Glorious glories! And we have hummers, and I'm obsessed!
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