Sunday, November 13

fungi cobwebs lichen & oak trees


fungi, cobwebs, lichen, and oak trees losing their leaves. . . 


all signs that despite the unseasonable warmth,


November is still doing what it has always done


creating a wonderful Autumnal dampness


that allows the woodland to flourish


and us to become reflective before the onset of winter
xx



19 comments:

helen tilston said...

I love mushrooms and your images are wonderful. You have inspired me to take a walk.
Helen xx

Sherri B. said...

Your photos are great, you managed to capture the perfect color and tecture of all of them! xo

Menopausalmusing said...

Fabulous photos - especially that top one......

foreveryoung said...

They are great. Did you hear the radio programme about Waxtips this morning? (Sunday). They have some lovely colours and can often be found in churchyards. I am going to look for some. Never heard of them before, but they sound absolutely fascinating. Keep foraging! Ann x

foreveryoung said...

Me again! Sorry, its Waxcap fungi. The programme was on at 6.35 this morning and called Waxcap Grasslands. You can listen on the iPlayer. Ann x

The Vintage Bazaar said...

beautiful pix as always. very strange weather this weekend... but tomorrow promises to be damp and grey! hey ho! Lizzie xxxx

melbatoast68 said...

Gorgeous photos!

The Cloth Shed said...

Love the first photo...quite magical!
Julie x

Cheap2Chic said...

Helloooooo, hope you're well. I love your photographs especially the first one, it's perfect for framing. x

sue15cat said...

Your photos are wonderful, capturing the texture of the barks and fungi and completely summing up this time of year.

Cheap2Chic is so right that top photo would make a wonderful framed picture.

Sue xx

OhSoVintage said...

Stunning photos of things one could so easily walk past and miss.

WinnibriggsHouse said...

Your photographs are stunning as usual, and as you say so typical of our normal Novembers!
It has certainly turned 'damp' here at the moment and has been bitterly cold today. I think its time the cosy rugs came out and the hot water bottles got an overhaul!

Kim said...

Is it just me?...is my mind in the gutter?? but those photos are some how humanly anatomically suggestive.
I think I'd better take a nap...my mind is playing tricks! hahahaha
Seriously, those photos are amazing, Elaine.

samihob said...

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Country Style Living said...

Great photo's Elaine....

Pomona said...

I do love your pictures, but not so keen on the dampness - it gets into my poor old bones!

Pomona x

Sylvia said...

Wonderful photos, Elaine !
Nature can be so beautiful ...
We have still lovely weather, the sun is almost shining all day and it's not so cold, hope it stays this way :-)
Wish you a nice weekend,
sylvia

Kim said...

Elaine, I loved the comment you made on my blog post. I love your gentle nurturing word of the obscession!

Purrfect Haven said...

..stunning shots... what lovely cards they would make.. might you do that?... we would buy! Love Helen, Darcy and Bingley xxx

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