Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
These are such beautiful photos. It looks so peaceful and tranquil there - except maybe for Bob, who seems full of snow-induced energy.
Gorgeous shots and birds and Bob and that twisty tree is AWESOME!
No 10 is my favorite I must say.
Stay warm!! Love the pics of the furry ones. The cat inside. The dog outside. Too funny!
No kidding, this how it looks right now outside your window? Typing this by the open window, admiring the beauty of the snowscape and yet, no desire to see it right here, again.Keep warm and to spring, soon,Merisi
wow.that squiggly tree in the snow is really cool....
Wonderful shots...as I know you bundled up to tramp around and take a lot of them. I especially enjoyed the birds. And Bob learning his tricks! Kitteh is also well trained.
Bob is such a happy dog in his new home! You did a wonderful thing when you took him in. What would his life be like without you?
I love the picture of Bob telling John to feed me my snack. Also the twisty turny tree with snow stacked on all the limbs. Must of been a quite snow storm for the snow to stick to everything.
Vicki, this week it seems as if your part of the world got all the snow. Nothing but cold weather up here.Your pictures are so evocative. Bob seems a very appreciative snow dog.xo
Bob looks so happy and looks like he may have appointed himself someone's special dog! All he needed was a loving family and something to do with his time (and energy). :-) The snow is pretty but I'm ready for Spring.Tammy
Looks as if Bob is really taking to this training business. Your snow photographs are lovely but I'd rather see green, thank you.
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