Hello everyone! As I sit here typing I can see out the window, it’s a cloudy day once again, but mild also. There are beautiful snowflakes falling gently again, just like yesterday. Just a few birds out there, some sitting in the bushes, some at the feeder. Just the tiniest birds out there right now, the chickadees, nuthatches and goldfinches. All getting their turn at the food supplied to them. Muffin is in the window watching, but not too interested though. She’s eating her grass right now, for her the most interesting thing at the moment. Now if the squirrel was here, that would definitely get Muffin excited. Squirrels and chipmunks are her favorite. Though birds will excite her if they come close to the window, but they stay over at the feeders and that’s 6.5 feet (about 2 meters) away.
And now for today’s art in nature to enjoy…
I like taking pics of the mushrooms from underneath as the sun hits them from above. This one is a tan colored mushroom about 3 inches (about 7.5cm) across. I don’t know the name however, but I doubt it’s on the edible list.
These mushrooms actually felt like a fuzzy peach and about the same size. They do open completely flat topped however and about 4 to 5 inches (10 to 12.5cm) across.
There is our picks of art in nature for today, I hope you enjoy looking at these different mushrooms and hopefully I can start showing some with names soon. Have a wonderful day and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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