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Jean Gregory Evans
wind blew clouds away except one hiding behind mountain while three wooden crosses are almost hidden in the forest
a rare flat place in the valley
the trees danced and shook their leaves
Looking Up Layers: Dogwood, Sourwood, Hemlock and Sky
#1. black snake going down a hole under a Hemlock tree
#2. and Redder
as the sun sets fifty (or so) Canadian Geese breeze in and circle White's Lake
there's a yellow one and red one... and a blue sky
The Endangered Cranefly Orchid (blooms in August)
Autumn leaves under a blue sky
Dogwood Red of Autumn
#3. ... gone... the tip of his long tail disappeared into the hole and now I'm left wondering, What Is He Doing Down There??? Oh, gross.
sprinkle a little gold and a dash of red
Made by Cherokee Squaw in Swain County 1885 for Valentine Collection
they circled a couple of times and left
don't hide your head, the Canadian Geese look like this and they are coming!!
Autumn reaches for the mountain tops
"Thar's Gold in Them Thar Hills"
the sky churned with color as the sun disappeared behind the mountains beyond Franklin, NC, USA
#2. ... going... slithering down into the underground homes of mice, rabbits, moles, chipmunks, ... who else lives down there?... or dies down there...?
survey says 5 out of 7 geese honk in unison
someone said 'there's about 70 of them!'
sunlight sneaks into the deep forest
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