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I'm an elderly retired teacher who writes. Among my books are Ferradiddledumday (Appalachian version of the Rumpelstiltskin story), Stuck (middle grade paranormal novel), Patches on the Same Quilt (novel set in Franklin County, VA), Them That Go (an Appalachian novel), and several Kindle ebooks.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Summer Sunset

On the last day of summer 2010, after the first rain in two weeks, we drove to Union Hall to check the farms. The hay had been finished just days earlier. The road into the old Mattox place looked like this in the setting sun: 


The hay on the Brown Place hasn't yet been moved. Bales lay like toppled monoliths.



The pear tree I planted long ago still bears fruit. 



The end of summer glowed pink.
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3 Comments:

Blogger Snappy Di said...

Great looking sky in that last shot! The only fruit tree we have is a tiny apple tree that the deer eat everything off of. We have yet to see an apple on it.

DI

7:46 PM  
Blogger Sweet Virginia Breeze said...

Glad you got some rain. We still haven't gotten any - maybe next week.
Love the pink skies.

8:32 PM  
Blogger Amy Tate said...

Beautiful shots! Looking forward to celebrating with you and the girls on the 15th!

4:40 PM  

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