Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Morning on Joe's Run



 (this one looks blue because I took it through the windshield)


11 comments:

Mama-Bug said...

Beautiful photos Susanna. Been checking out your online book store too!

Granny Sue said...

Thanks, mamabug! It was a beautiful morning.

I hope you find something you like among my books. I will be adding more as time goes on, so if you don't see something now, you might later on.

Angela said...

Beautiful Granny Sue! I don't get to see sun sets like that here at my house. I live on the flat land.

Country Whispers said...

Beautiful photos though they bring a chill to my bones..gotta go find a blanket now!

Granny Sue said...

I think the best sunrises and sunsets are on the mountaintops, Angela. I can't see the sunrise so well from my house, either--I have to go up on top of the hill for that. Sunsets, though, we get to see.

Jessica, you made me laugh out loud! It was very cold the past 2 mornings--10 this a.m.--but too pretty for words.

Nance said...

I love that Joe's Run! is that a driveway or a road? cuz that is my kind of road. Here in Iowa, I witness lovely sunsets a plenty but miss out on the sunrises. oh wait. ahhhhh. I may just need to get up earlier!

Angel said...

What lovely pictures! Thank you so for sharing.

Granny Sue said...

Nance, Joe's Run is a road. There are actually two forks--left fork and right fork. Both will bring you up on our ridge; we live between the two forks, so we can pick and choose which way to go out. Both are beautiful.

I can just imagine how huge the sunsets must be in Iowa, Nance, with such wide vistas. I bet they're breathtaking.

Granny Sue said...

You're welcome, Angel. I'm glad you like them :)

Verde Farm said...

Hi Granny Sue from WV. So glad you found me so I could find you. I love WV and glad to find another WV blogger too. Appalachian Fiction was my favorite class in college and I love a good tale. My dad used to tell me so many. Beautiful pictures and glad to find a new blog friend. I am definitely keeping the bear cage :)

Granny Sue said...

Hello, Verde! I love that name, btw, so descriptive. And your place is truly beautiful. I plan on being a regular visitor to your blog :)

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