Filaments II

September 24, 2021 § Leave a comment

Filaments II © Lynn Wiles 2021

I have no idea what this is, but it was abundant in an area of the forest floor and I had a morbid fascination with it. Does anyone know what it is? I promise to post something cute next time.

Filaments I

September 22, 2021 § 1 Comment

Filaments I © Lynn Wiles 2021

The lovely seeds of thistle ready to blow away, disguising the many thorns on the stems.

Escapees

September 3, 2021 § 5 Comments

Escapees © Lynn Wiles 2021

Cosmos from a neighbor’s yard and Queen Anne’s Lace from mine formed a lovely little bouquet in a sidewalk crack.

Blue Eyed Sad Face

August 29, 2021 § 2 Comments

Blue Eyed Sad Face © Lynn Wiles 2021

Lovely shade of blue on two fungi, but the dead grass made them look sad.

Green Cheese

August 26, 2021 § Leave a comment

Green Cheese © Lynn Wiles 2021

Green cheese polypore and something else to the right on a tree. It’s been a very wet and humid summer, perfect for fungi but not for me or my black dog.

Stink Horn

August 24, 2021 § 1 Comment

Stink Horn © Lynn Wiles 2021

When I first saw these popping up, I thought they were toy plastic fingers or carrots placed by children, but no they are a fungi known as stink horn.

When the Meadow rue is turning red

August 8, 2021 § 10 Comments

When the Meadow rue is turning red © Lynn Wiles 2021

Ahh, my first week of retirement has gone by and I have the Urge for Going (Joni Mitchell) even though the winter is not closing in. Why? Construction all day and throughout most of the nights. I thought I’d spend everyday being creative and I have done some things, but I’m mainly just a sleep deprived zombie. Best laid plans….

Giant Blooms

July 3, 2021 § Leave a comment

Giant Blooms © Lynn Wiles 2021

In a farm/nursery in Maine. I have no idea what these are, but I liked them.

In a Ditch

June 23, 2021 § 2 Comments

In a Ditch © Lynn Wiles 2021

Beauty abounds, even in the strangest places.

Light Focus

June 20, 2021 § 4 Comments

Light Focus © Lynn Wiles 2021

I was so focused on trying to capture the light shining on the waves that I didn’t even notice the seagull, ducks or boats.