Saturday, November 10, 2012

Mushrooms Are Funny

It is a day where mushrooms are so funny. You see.



A bunches of mushrooms would like to be of a different class and brand themselves as "Coral Inside". That sounds familiar enough. Do I have to pay royalty for writing and showing this over here?



At the same time, another one of them has apparently looked for ways to outshine others by staging at a hanging twig, and high up in the air. It too has plagued with excessive thought, which to my experience helps little.



Because I can also see the picture of a mother mushroom perching low on the ground with her little kid, enjoying the cool morning wind. It looks simple and ordinary. That maybe a strategy to go back to the basic.

Everyone is overwhelmed by thoughts, and drama flares around them,

thus makes my day seems so funny, as though a life lesson inside a jungle.

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45 comments:

de engineur said...

The one on the 1st pic is really interesting, hope to see more shots of those.

Great DOF there, rainfield!

Ruthinian Gregoire said...

they are funny indeed. i wonder if they are yummy too. wink*

eileeninmd said...

Rainfield, you do take amazing shots of these mushrooms. I think they are cute but they could be funny too. Have a great weekend!

Icy BC said...

They are not only funny, but amazing with your stunning capture!

Minoru Saito said...

Wonderful captures! They are stunning rare mushroom photos.
Wishing you a nice weekend.

TexWisGirl said...

i love these and always love your viewpoint of them.

the fan clinging to the twig is really neat.

RNSANE said...

So many varieties...you are a sleuth to find them all!!!

Frieda said...

This is really a collection of funny mushrooms :)

EG CameraGirl said...

I like how your imagination takes over. :)

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

What wonderful images of these special little fungi. Your commentary is cute, too. :)

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Wonderful post and great photos ~ (A Creative Harbor)

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Beautiful finds, I like the second photograph !

Debbie said...

You have the best imagination, great images of the fancy fungi!

Jeanne said...

Such fascinating mushrooms, especially like that "mother with her baby". Isn't nature so amazing!

Freya Renders said...

wonderful pictures & commentary

HansHB said...

A great serie of photos, - lovely colours!
Happy MOM to you!

Leovi said...

Wonderful photos, beautiful colors, a treat, I love mushrooms. Greetings.

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

I think they are very pretty and extraordinary! Love the second photo!

Carletta said...

They are quite the little whimiscal things arent't they!
Enjoyed your imaginative thoughts about them too.

Magia da Inês said...

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Nina Bille said...

You've captured something very small and beautiful, that not many would notice - wonderful perspectives! My favorite is the one that is growing at the hanging twig!

Sharkbytes said...

Coral, shells, and octopi- are you underwater?

Arti said...

I am overwhelmed by the drama you create around these mushrooms!! Such wonderful captures along with excellent narration.
Have a lovely day :)

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said...

They sure are incredible - love seeing the changes.

betchai said...

wonderful shots, Rainfield, and am not only amazed with your shots, the focus and framing are really awesome, but also enjoyed your imagination.

Liza said...

Lovely shots. Have a fabulous week. Mine are here and here.

lorik said...

Great post and such interesting images. They almost are human:)

Nancy Claeys said...

So interesting. Not many of us get to see the birth of a mushroom!

George said...

Mushrooms may be funny, but your photos are wonderful. I really like the mother and child picture, but the mushroom hanging onto a twig is also wonderful.

Juliana said...

lucky photographer)))
a lot of unique shots

xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :) | PJ’ Ecoproject

Ellie said...

These are very unusual looking mushrooms - you have some great shots of them.

Giga said...

Uwielbiam czytać Twoje fantazyjne opisy do zdjęć. Pozdrawiam.
I love reading your fancy descriptions to your photos. Yours.

Cher said...

you have the eyes for fun and interesting things, esp mushrooms. i bet they are having fun being exposed on your blog too. :)

Angie said...

Gosh, mushrooms have never looked so good before.

Buttons said...

Life lesson inside a jungle . I like that and funny to boot:) B

AVCr8teur said...

The mother and child mushrooms have nice hair.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Lovely mushrooms...they do seem to have a life of their own don't they? The one in the tree is great -- I've never seen that.

Jennifer Richardson said...

I do love the way you see:)
your creativity makes my
heart sing a little louder.
-Jennifer

Devilish Angel said...

I like mushroom and your photos are different...

Nancy said...

I enjoyed your photos and the way you described them...it made me stop and think of the mushrooms in a different way. Thanks for the inspiration, blessings!

Emille said...

These are cute! Sorry Rainfield, haven't visited you for a while -the older, the busier, lol!Of course, also now I have my arblog separate:)

bailey-road.com said...

You have found some unusual mushrooms!

missing moments said...

Love your commentary and that mother/child combo mushroom!

Barbara said...

I love those last two - they do indeed look like mother and child!! thanks for sharing your world with us!

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