Do you love to see mushrooms? I do; they seem like mysterious little beings. Surely they hold some secrets I haven't yet discovered. After five inches of rain the other day we were rewarded with a multitude of mushrooms emerging everywhere. I photographed all of these the same day on one acre of land where I live here in Florida.
I love walking along and seeing them, they are so beautiful and peaceful looking. If I have a worry or a care I can take solace in these mushroom treasures from nature. Pretend you're walking along with me. I tried to take some of the photos from a fairy's point of view.
This mushroom is large enough for a fairy to live underneath.
This one could be a fairy bathtub since it's full of rain water.
Mushrooms are so short lived so I have to appreciate them while I can. If I don't notice them when they emerge they will be gone before I know it.
Can you believe how many mushrooms I found? I am sure there were more but duty called me back to other projects.
This last mushroom photo has nut shells and a grub worm, can you see them? That's it for the mushroom walk, hope you enjoyed it.
Yesterday I wore myself out glazing all day. Then I loaded the kiln and started it to fire during the night. Then I tried to go to sleep, but was wide awake. The kiln has been firing all night long. Hopefully the weather will hold till it's finished. Up next news about a workshop I'm attending and hopefully good news from the kiln. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.
© Linda Starr