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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

A Myth of Fallen Moons

Committee of sleep was great: We, me and the members of the jungle, feel fresh after a cold raining night.


But an exhausted moon was overlooked; she held on no more, and submerged in the dense of Cerok Tokun, as a mushroom, pale and dull.


A myth is so potent when this place grows a field of mushrooms, but  mushrooms aren't mushrooms.

And we are fresh, while the moons continue to exercise at full capacity, which open all kinds of doors. One of them leads to a myth.

40 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i love both of these images! and the night moon imagery in your words.

Icy BC said...

Oh but these are beautiful! You're such a story weaver..and I like, I like!

Giga said...

Tłumaczenie przez Tłumacza Google Twoich myśli dzisiaj jest nie zrozumiałe dla mnie . Nie będę komentował treści, bo może wyjść śmiesznie. Powiem tylko, że zdjęcia są urocze. Pozdrawiam.
Translation by Google Translate your thoughts today is not understandable for me. I will not comment on the content, I can come out funny. Let me just say that the pictures are adorable. Yours.

George said...

Your words are as beautiful as your photos. The mushroom in your second picture really does look like the full moon.

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

These two photos are fantastic, and your words, well, as wonderful also.

Brita said...

As a true survivor. Strong they rise out of the moss. The fungus on the second picture looks like the moon. Beautiful images / Brita.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Rainfield, you always hold me captive with your inspirational stories and beautiful photos and imagery. Love that moon shot.

betchai said...

love the images, and the moon, the moon right there in the middle of Cerok Tokun!!

eileeninmd said...

Rainfield, you are a great storyteller! I love your mushroom shots, great macro images. Have a happy day!

Buttons said...

Oh I love the way you think and your photography :) B

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

A Full Moon gives rise to many mysterious feelings...thank you for sharing yours.

kumittyi said...

Hello Rainfield!
Your pictures are really composed well,in addition,they ware
fantastic.
I am admiring a beautiful dew drop in your first picture.

Sharkbytes said...

What an idea for a fairy story where the moon falls each night to become a magical mushroom!

Angie said...


I love your creative imagination where words written are like a beautiful web of surrealism.

Carol L McKenna said...

Magical post and wonderful photography ~ Wow! ~ (A Creative Harbor) ~ aka 'artmusedog' ^_^

Magia da Inês said...

✿°•.¸
Lindas imagens.

Bom fim de semana!
Beijinhos.
Brasil
¸.✿ °•.¸•°♡⊱╮╮

Buttons said...

You are indeed a spinner of tales and beautiful photos. I love that. B

kulasa said...

as always I was swept off my feet with your beautiful photos and wonderful words...

Arti said...

What a tale! Love reading your blog for it is spell binding just like that full moon capture!

missing moments said...

Love that first image!

Diane AZ said...

The first one looks like a parade!

Freya Renders said...

really beautiful both the photos and the words. Always enjoy your posts.

bailey-road.com said...

Love your tales and that first photo is fantastic.

kleppanrova said...

love the moon!
From
Photo by Ingun

Jidhu Jose said...

liked the first one very much

Debbie said...

Oh what a tangled story you weave!!

Chris Twyman and Angela said...

a wee bit of magic and imagination to light up the day.

lorik said...

Beautiful little wonderland. And i love those precise orange lines weaving upwards. Thank you for sharing your work on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

Tina´s PicStory said...

very beautiful macro! :)

Luna Miranda said...

the first photo is quite interesting. love the worm's view.:p

Minoru Saito said...

hi. The first photo is very beautiful.
The mushroom looks like a fallen moon.

demie said...

yur mushroom moon
makes come with myths of my own...

EG CameraGirl said...

Such a rich imagination you have!

Jennifer Richardson said...

you're such a poet, friend,
and that image of the moon
just took my breath away
(and then gave it back again
full and wonderful:))
-Jennifer

AVCr8teur said...

Lucky you and members of the jungle who can sleep at night while the moon has to work all night.

Barbara said...

I love your imagination and your mushrooms!

Marie said...

You post about the most interesting, often overlooked aspects of nature, and your posts are fascinating!

Chubskulit Rose said...

Such a very interesting myth! Visiting a little late from Mandarin Orange Monday.

My Orange
Hope you can still visit and leave me a comment. Thanks.

The Retired One said...

loved that first macro shot!

Harshi said...

Beautiful contrasting photos! The first pic looks surreal and vivid in tones, while the second mimics the full moon's charm in its own way.