Nature’s Art…#09.

Hi once again everyone!  We are enjoying another mild day here and might even get to see the sun again today.  Or not.  Muffin has her day planned out, look out the window until it gets some daylight, then wild playtime, then breakfast, then nap time.  She has a good plan really.  Except for looking around outside when it’s dark, I can’t see much like that.  Oh well.  We each have our likes and dislikes.  For example, I’m not a big salad eater, Muffin loves salad.  I love 🍟🍟🍟☕☕☕, Muffin doesn’t.  We both love strawberries, maple cake, pancakes, waffles and potatoes.  Muffin doesn’t like chicken, I do.  Amazing really.

But let’s get on with today’s art in nature…


Here we have an all yellow mushroom, very bright, it looks like it has a light inside it.  I don’t know the name of this one yet.IMG_9327

And here we have a fungus called, yellow fairy fan.  This one is also very bright and really seems to glow against a darker background.  This one is edible, but tough.

And there is our look at nature’s art for today.  We will probably stay with mushrooms and other fungus types for a while.  I hope you have a great day, thanks for coming over and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

© 2020 Steve McLeod.

417 Comments on “Nature’s Art…#09.

  1. WOW steve! The difference between you and muffin is…..unique😂! The photos are super amazing! AND i love muffin’s timetable! Its really good muffin!!😂Have a good day steve!

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  2. This universe is hidden with lot of strange creatures and here i see the fungus, it looks ew.. but it’s a beauty. Lovely pictures Steve 🥰🤗

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