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August 03, 2010


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ahh... lovely photos! that last one especially. i would love to be on that porch, embroidering with you!


I wonder what kind the one with the blue-green tinge is?


beautiful pictures.... i do love looking at how you see the world... thanks


ooooh those teeny tiny fungi, they are absolutely amazing, and Lisa's wooden slices are just perfect for that, you really had visions !
please do take care when I'm away. I hope to lay face in the forest ground to take some yummy photos :) oxoxo


Absolutely beautiful and inspiring photographs. Thank you

Margaret Oomen

I am not sure of the exact name of that one but it turns out most of the tiny mushrooms look like they were from the psilocybe species. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psilocybe

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

I love the tiny ones too, and I love even more that you see them.

That last photo of the brown eyed susans and the queen anne's lace makes me miss home. That is a snapshot from my childhood, for sure.


They make me happy too! They look beautiful upside down, their lines intersecting the circles of the wood.


Your photos are stunning and I'm in awe of your aqua quilted rock.


the mushrooms looked rather large in the first few pix, but after seeing them in the table shot, i felt rather small....i too like the wood rounds!

cari-jane hakes

and so many colours too...surprising!


Beautiful! What type of wood is that lovely slice? :)


Oh I just discoverd your blog. These mushrooms are really beautiful! Maybe a silly question..can you eat them ?


I love all your photos, the cats, mushrooms, bark, washing,, beautiful, you are so creative.

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