Nature’s Art, #22.

Hello everyone and welcome back!  We are ready to enjoy another post of art in nature with more of our favorite oddities.  There is just so much that we don’t normally even consider to be art, but when we view it in the proper way then these different things really show up as beautiful art indeed.  We are set for another beautiful day here again with the sun shining so brightly, the birds are chirping and singing in the trees, plus filling the feeders.  Unfortunately there is only 12 feeding stations and more than 50 birds at the moment each wanting a turn.  But my landlord has more options for them, but they still like coming to my feeders the most.  All the blue jays are here this morning too, which totals 10 more birds.  But I put their peanuts on the step outside my door, so they don’t bother with the feeders.

And now, it’s time for our look at some more interesting mushrooms…


This one comes out of the ground almost round like a ball, but once out the top flattens nicely.IMG_8207

This one is very tiny, the stem is thin like string and the top is less than a cm across, about 1/3 inch.  Amazing how that stem to even hold the top in place.

There is our look at today’s art in nature.  I hope you all have a wonderful, relaxing weekend and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

© 2020 Steve McLeod.

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