Steve And Muffin’s Weekly Art In Nature. #12

Greetings everyone and welcome back to another Art In Nature post! I hope you are enjoying these posts, there is just so much out there in nature to enjoy. Some things are big and noticeable, yet we often don’t notice them much because they become commonplace to us and we tend to forget their beauty in the outside world. Other things are small, and even quite tiny at times, yet they have some of the greatest beauty around.

Here is my second heart shaped mushroom, a different species than the other one.

But because they are small we overlook them, and sometimes step right on them because we just don’t see them down at our feet. Other things we don’t really think of us “art” because it’s just grass, or a dead flower or just another dull mushroom to be kicked or squashed underfoot. I like taking pictures of mushrooms. I enjoy eating mushrooms too, though I don’t go out picking wild mushrooms to eat. I don’t know mushrooms that well and we do have some very poisonous varieties around, including some that look like ones that are edible.

Unfortunately I couldn’t get a pic of this one in the sun. It is pure white.

A person needs to be very careful picking wild mushrooms for eating, but the ones that are edible are truly delicious, I have eaten some. But I prefer photographing them these days instead, there are just so many species of mushrooms out there, some very plain, some very colorful. There are big ones and tiny ones. I hope you enjoy today’s selection, sorry I don’t know the names of these, but they are interesting anyway. Have a great weekend everyone and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

Β©2021 Steve McLeod.

13 Comments on “Steve And Muffin’s Weekly Art In Nature. #12

  1. One of the great contributions of nature to the kitchen are mushrooms and, according to your magnificent photos, they look impressive. As always, your stories are great. I enjoy reading them. Good weekend.

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