Monday, September 14, 2009

Mushrooms Hiked at Cerok Tokun

Have you ever seen mushrooms hiking around? I am not joking and you please do not ever think I am insane. Stop laughing at me, please. If you did not over sleep in the first place, and if you never took the easy trail, you would then be as excited as me. You must know there is no such thing as a free lunch.

And I want to tell you that I did not see only one, but a group of them hiking along with me. I was so motivated this morning which required no further explanation .

Can you sit back for a while, close your eyes and relax. Can you hear the heavy breath of those mushrooms? No no no! Those were not mine. I am a super hiker who will never get tired.

The mushrooms, be it adults or little kids, joined me in kissing the peak. This is my another wonder, another pot of gold. Cheers to these mushrooms!! !!! !!!!

In order to show them my appreciation, I waited for the moment they were ready to climb over the piece of big rock, and this is the shot. A few ladybirds, instead of doing it themselves, took a lazy ride. They were unlucky for me to discover their secret.

Have you ever seen such a gorgeous scene. I bet you don't have such an experience since you always love your warm blanket so much.

I have my reason to feel proud. I have and am going to explore more and more wonders, now and then.

23 comments:

fufu said...

wow...mushrooms soup with black bread...huu huu huu... yummy

Icy BC said...

Beautiful shots of mushrooms, rainfield! I would be so excited too if I can see them in person, and listen to their heavy breathing..

Bengbeng said...

wow.... beautiful shots .. dramatic coloring

Tes said...

Hahaha... those poor unlucky mushrooms discovered by the lucky rainfield! Nice shots, rainy! Nice contrast! :)

George said...

What wonderful pictures of the mushrooms. I'm glad you discovered their secret.

Cher said...

a super hiker indeed.. didn't know mushrooms breath heavily! lol! superb mushroom shots!

rainfield61 said...

fufu: They are toxic when breathing heavily, not good for you to eat.

Icy BC: It is even more excited to hike along with them. The group was so big, a mountain full.

Bengbeng: I am thinking seriously, how is dramatic coloring? lol.

Tes: They wake up very early to catch up with me on the hike. I am too lucky to have them with me.

George: Everyone has their own secret. Unluckily I have discovered theirs.

Cher: Of course! Those heavy breathings are never belonged to me, and must not be yours, then the mushrooms must own them. lol.

Salitype said...

wow! are they the edible kind.....they're lovely to look at! makes me feel in a fairy tale, don't know why. do you?

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I like that they were kissing the peak. You are very poetic in your journeys.

Ayie said...

the hiking mushrooms going on top of the rock was captured beautifully! are those edible? fufu seems to be hungry again =P

Pacey said...

Happily marching along with you...

Cate said...

They are like little dancing ladies with hats on. Can you eat these? Probably not. Very colourful story.

Sharkbytes said...

They do look like they are struggling up that hill, don't they?

Kirigalpoththa said...

Very interesting post! Sure they look like climbers...:D

rainfield61 said...

Salitype: I'll never thought of this. lol. I am there to appreciate them.

Poetic Shutterbug: I just pretended to be poetic. Hahaha...

Ayie: fufu travels frequently, he will get his mushrooms from the mushroom like cloud.

Pacey: Do you mean yourself? then you must wake up very early. I normally wake up at around 5:30am and switch on my mind theater.

Cate: I noticed you are now at Costa Rica. Enjoy yourself.

Sharkbytes: Yes, they breathed heavily. They struggled to catch up with me.

Kirigalpoththa: They are real climbers. I did not make up the story.

Ana said...

Lovely, I am content to see you out and exploring! I love hiking too. Last week I went for a wander in the forrest and saw some delightful mushrooms growing up high in a tree. They were all very different and getting higher and higher. My friend said, that the tree was dying and not before long it will be cut down. Such a shame, I love trees and mushrooms.

cherie said...

they know you are a weekly fixture at cerok tokun...i'm curious and excited to know who/what will follow you next!

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

Mushrooms are meticulous. They wear lovely hats which match well with their sexy legs. The hats are too big to even have a glimpse of the face. I bet they have beautiful faces ..... No wonder you keep hiking up Cerok Tokun Rainnie, you really have great companies... ~bangchik

rainfield61 said...

Ana: The mushrooms may have known hiking is one of the ways for them to put all the weekdays hassle behind.

cherie: What you have mentioned make me feel very scary.......

Bangchik and Kakdah: I am selective on my company, not all are welcome. lol.

Ayie said...

yeah fufu is alwaystrotting around the globe! hehe

Ratty said...

I have seen many more mushrooms lately on my hikes than I have ever seen before. I sometimes see some very big ones. I don't get too close because I just know that there might be an angry squirrel hiding underneath ready to pounce on me.

Harumi said...

That's a long line of mushroom hikers.. =D Great pic!

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

Wow..these mushrooms are just amazing to see, which I don't on my side of the earth.

Beautiful!