and east on Sweaburg Road ---
your photos are lovely! and no my drive to the dentist is not nearly so lovely.Vicki
That's pretty pretty alright!
We don't have a dentist in our town. Really. We do have one red light. Seriously, those are beautiful photos, Elaine. It appears that I may have to return to work in order not to work so hard. Where does the time go? It seems that only yesterday I was looking at your snow photos. I have seen the birth of two seasons of doves on your wonderful blog. I have seen sunsets and sunrises and all the beauty in-between. You always have a little gift when I do have time to visit, all tied up in a pretty bow.In a few more weeks, fall will be creeping in and before we know it, we will all be putting up Christmas trees and looking forward to spring again. Yes, time does fly - kind of like the photo below this post - but in the flurry of my days special friends always pop in and out of my mind. And you are one of those friends.And besides, Skipper made me write this. He misses Gray and he told me that Gray has been stuck in that pose for such a long time that I had better write something syrupy so it would move Geoff to take a new photo of Gray.Hope everyone is well. Off to take a photo!
Those are such truly magical scenes, Elaine. The light is almost mystical!
Ah no, corn and cattle..... if only I could see that on my way home, it would make all the pain - physical and financial more bearable. :-)Lovely photos.Ms Soup