Elizabeth Melton Parsons

Writing~Art~Life

Photos: a Creek a River and a Cool Car

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Ohio River

Ohio River

Ohio River

Ohio River

Cool Car

Cool Car

Fork Lick-Calm

Creek – Calm

Creek-Yellow Flowers

Creek – Yellow Flowers

Fork Lick-Wild

Creek – Falls

Creek Rising Water

Creek Rising Water

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Author: Elizabeth Melton Parsons

I'm a novelist, poet, and artist. I love books, nature, art, and gardening. I'm a rock hound and there's a photo of me with a cool fossil rock on my about page, I take a lot of nature pictures. The background here is one of mine. Unfortunately I recently lost my wonderful husband, but I'm grateful to have the blessing of two beautiful sons. elizabethmeltonparsons.wordpress.com is © Elizabeth Melton Parsons 2007-2017. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Elizabeth Melton Parsons with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

17 thoughts on “Photos: a Creek a River and a Cool Car

  1. Beautiful photos, Elizabeth. And you’re right, that is a cool car!

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  2. Lovely photographs Elizabeth. Great car. Wonderful creek. You’re turning me into a creeky old fan 😉 Ralph xox 😀

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  3. The river looks so serene!!

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  4. That looks just like the place I hid the bodies…. errrrrrrrrrrr I mean, nice pictures.

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  5. 😀 Now I know what those things we call “rivers” here in South Africa, are actually called. They are creeks.

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  6. Love the river and creek photo’s and the differences between them. Beautiful pictures.

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  7. fabulous shots Elizabeth! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I appreciate you following my blog. I enjoyed looking at your pictures of the creek. They remind me of photos we have taken at our cottage in northern Ontario

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