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Friday, December 13, 2013

Musing of Mushrooms

"The cost of a B-2 stealth bomber could build over 4,500 homes", and it becomes obsolete within a period of time.


I find no bomber on Cerok Tokun, but mosquitoes attack me silently from everywhere every time I stop by and start bookmarking; each of them sucks about 5-millionths of a liter of my blood, returns me with red itchy bumps. They never become obsolete as having a radar system to track me. I do not have this, but mushrooms always appear out of the corner of my eye. I take away many of them in 2D, but not 4500 homes.


19 comments:

George said...

I think mosquitoes have the most advanced radar system in the world, and their radar works as well over here as it does on Cerok Tokun. Keep seeing and capturing those mushrooms.

Gail Dixon said...

We're finally past the mosquito battle. Sorry you're still dealing with them. Ugh! Pretty light in the second photo.

TexWisGirl said...

mosquitoes certainly are 'gifted' creatures! :) sorry they like you so much!

Carol L McKenna said...

Great musings of mushrooms ~ creative ~ carol, ^_^

Laura. M said...

Watch out for the mosquitos are bad :))
Have a good weekend.
a hug

eileeninmd said...

Those darn mosquitoes , try their hardest to ruin our outings. I am glad you survived and are able to share your wonderful mushrooms. Beautiful shots. Happy weekend to you!

Sharkbytes said...

Those little bombers! One of the best things about winter- no mosquitoes.

bailey-road.com said...

YOu must be like my husband - a mosquito magnet. Lovely shots, Rainfield.

Icy BC said...

Roll in mud first before you enter the forest :-)

The lighting in these photos are just amazing!

de engineur said...

Love the backlighting on the first pic.

I wish I could meet with a lot of mushrooms for a photo session.

Debbie said...

perhaps they think you have honey, instead of blood ;)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I'm more afraid of mosquitos than I am of the other kind of stealth bombers. They're bad here in Florida too. It is brave of you to stay there taking beautiful pictures while you're being attacked! (though, in my case, I usually don't realize I've been attacked until it is too late.)

Diane AZ said...

We have mosquitoes in the desert too, but not many mushrooms. I like those little shelves on the log!

EG CameraGirl said...

Sorry about those pesky mosquitoes!

RNSANE said...

During this past six months in Mumbai, for some reason, I only had about a dozen mosquito bites. Of course, I was on doxycycline the whole time for malaria prevention - and am still taking it for a month as recommended. My first time in Mumbai, I wrote a poem, "The Mumbai Mosquitoes" as I was virtually their dining destination.

Ratty said...

If only we could go out without being attacked by those mosquitoes.

Angie said...

Great shots you have there. Pity about the mosquitoes - they can be such a pest.

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Fine!!!.. I wish you a Merry Xmas and a happy new year.. :-)))

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Mosquito loves me very much. Everyone is safe when I am around.
Sweet blood I guess ;).