Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Good morning! What an eclectic assortment. I loved the unexpectedness of the photo feed. That window photo in the blue wall--well, now that's just a fine image. Also love the tenderness of the foot photo--brings back memories of caring for a beloved. And I so hope we have a big enough snow this year here in Northeast Georgia for me to see a cardinal set off like that against the white! Really striking.
I must have been calling by for a long time, because I remember quite a few of these, Vicki. Nice to see them again.
Martin, you and I have been blogging friends for quite a while.
Thank you so much for your photographs. They are wonderful. I am an avid and nuts photographer and I never stop learning from other photographers. You will help me get better by seeing your world with your eye.Love the cardinal in the snow.
Lovely like a coffee-table book of art photos...I slowly walked through these and said 'ah' many times.
nice...really like that last pic...the lines have a nice energy to them...and the foot...feet tell so much to me....sorry we did not get to meet this time around...we drove through your area on the way out but were running late and trying to get back and get the boys...love your city...smiles.
A potpourri of country shots -- very nice -- barbara
A brilliant collection, Vicki.No matter how oftenthey appear, they are gems, each one of them.
FANTASTIC IMAGES!!! WOW, WOW, WOW!
Eclectic photographs which deserve to be published: brilliant games of colors, lines and feelings .
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