Good morning once again everyone! It’s a cold but sunny morning and actually has that “spring” feel in the air. Pine siskins are now among the daily visitors too. I haven’t seen them all winter, but at least 2 showed up yesterday. Probably more of them but it can be a little hard to tell when there is over 100 birds out there flying back and forth. The gold finches should soon start to get their spring color so that will make it easier to pick out the different birds. I hope all those goldfinches stay around for a while after changing color, it would look fantastic to see several dozen of these bright yellow and black birds. Muffin has been running wild again but has stopped now and she’s once again looking out the window at all those chicken dinners flying around.
And now it’s time to look at our art in nature pics for today, continuing with our look at wild mushrooms…
This mushroom is actually divided into four sections, like a four leaf clover. And it’s sort of like marshmallows stuck together with melted cheese on top. I know, my imagination is a bit weird.
And these mushrooms as they age turn into a cup shape revealing the cool look of the underside of the mushroom. Bonus points if you can spot the not so obvious mushroom in the picture. I would love to hear some answers!
Well, there we have our nature’s art for today. I hope you all have a wonderful sunny day and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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