Uprooted Magnolia

Sunlit Hills

Posted in Nature, Photography, Stormy Skies by leahyetter on April 15, 2011

After a fog and snow filled day yesterday, the sun came out late evening to melt it all away

The Cooney Hills were in the spotlight for a little while before clouds moved in again and it quickly grew dark.
One thing that I am enjoying about these little spurts of snow is when it all melts away, the grass is beaming with delight. And today it’s is shining bright and the air is still. I’ll be outside if you need me. Have a great weekend my friends!


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  1. misswhiplash said, on April 15, 2011 at 10:36 am

    and to you too Leah, have a great weekend

    love P

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  2. melissakoski said, on April 18, 2011 at 9:22 pm

    Can you climb up the Cooney Hills?

    Just paged through your Greece photos for the first time. I feel like I need prints of the library in Athens and the Octopus one too. Wow Leah!

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    • leahyetter said, on April 19, 2011 at 12:48 pm

      Thanks Melissa! That trip was 3 summers ago and I remember it like I went yesterday. The Greek Islands are so beautiful and shame on me for not getting all of my pictures posted. What is on my website is just a few of the magical places I visited. You have motivated me to post more.
      Let me know if you are interested in a print. I have most of them framed as you see on my site but I sell prints of any size as well.
      Thanks again for the compliment.
      And no, I will not be climbing the Cooney Hills any time soon but will let you know if I do. 🙂

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