Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Hey Vicki, I love the way you caught the rays of the sun diffused by the mist. So beautiful!
Beautiful Carolina morning!
I like the autumnal atmosphere in these shots.
That first photograph is stunning : never mind magic morning, magic photograph.
Once again your outdoors looks a lot like my outdoors. The sunlight, the colors... You're so much farther south than I am; maybe it's the elevation that makes our environments similar.I do love the third photo. But I love them all, so...
nice...the cobwebs made over night....the sun through the fog...that is a bit of morning magic...
That top photo is magic, indeed. Well done. Jim
All great photos...the last one caught my eye most, the way the light is outside but imploding into your space. It's so powerful.
I liked your animal conversation. I knew that Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck could talk human’s language so I am not surprised that your cows and donkeys can speak too. I also heard that donkeys are good guards in the fields, just like guard dogs, is that so? Your photos are so good. I took many pictures with my Nikon of a rose garden in Atlanta (post to come up) and some had a purple spot right in the center of the photo – I just don’t know why. Have you ever had that problem?
Such rays of light!
Thanks, folks -- I'm real fond of that first shot myself.Vagabonde -- the donkey is there to chase off dogs or coyotes. And she's serious about her job. Our dogs have learned to stay out of the pasture when she's around. She comes at them with those hard little hooves...About the purple circle -- probably from shooting too close to the sun or its reflection. I'm trying to remember to use the shade thing that attaches to the lens when I'm shooting in bright sunlight.
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