Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Oh, oh, oh... I like them ALL!
Would love to know the history behind Spooks Branch! Lovely photos, as always a joy to begin the day with.
spooks branch....cool road name....love hte old weathered wood...you def live in a nice area...beautiful this time of year...
Beeeautiful! I started out thinking "this is my favorite", but by the time I was at the end, I found all those images equally beautiful. And thank you for that extra dash of red, I miss it here.
Vicki, were those turkeys in the front yard? If so, is it safe for them to be so nonchalant at this time of the year?I love every one of these photographs, and now must do some real estate investigating. As Merisi wrote, it's hard to pick a favorite.xo
Love the building with the shuttered windows and large red door.
Thanks as always for a great selection, and I've never been on either of those roads, yet! It takes slowing down and really looking, with camera in hand, to find the beauty!
I'll see what I can find out about Spook's Branch...Those were turkeys, Frances, but as they're in the city limits, I expect hunting is forbidden. They seemed quite tame. Re real estate -- a friend just commented on Facebook that friend's of hers have a house for sale on Spook's Branch. Such a tempting address!
I like all of your photographs Vicki. The one that has me guessing is the one that has a tarp hanging over a line and piles of leaves along the side of the house with ivy growing out of the piles.
Wonder tour of your backroads -- I miss the rural southern raods -- barbara
A great series of pictures – very picturesque. I had to look on the dictionary for spook as I was not sure of the meaning. It said Spook, a ghost, a specter. I should have used this word in my current post, it would have fit perfectly, but I used “haunted” instead I think.
Kath, I've made an attempt to find out about the name but no joy so far.Jim, I'm guessing the tarp is used like a curtain to protect a porch sitter from too much sun or rain -- or just for privacy.
Nice architectural details and a happy horse.
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