Friday, September 27, 2013

The Brain Matter

(It is said that we’re repairing things centrally if we use our brain a lot as opposed to sitting around, looking at the wall).

I found pools of mushrooms on Cerok Tokun; they were gone when I came back the next week.


(A busy brain is also the brain that stays lucid longer, the study says).
Life of mushrooms is as evanescent as the morning dew.

(Many creative types have long lives).

It is merely a brain matter.

When hit by an apple, when overwhelmed by mushrooms, and through one hundred words, this finding makes me a potential Nobel Prize winner.

33 comments:

Cheryl said...

Your mushrooms and logic make me smile.

TexWisGirl said...

you always make me smile. i love the little forest of mushrooms!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

If they give a Nobel Prize for greatest creativity and most information in fewest words I will definitely nominate you! I love the mushroom forest. Always wonder what makes them appear one year and not the next.

Gail Dixon (LaBelle) said...

Beautiful pools of mushrooms as you put it so eloquently. :)

bailey-road.com said...

I've never seen such a large 'pool' of mushrooms. Beautiful shots.

eileeninmd said...

Well, I hope my brain stays busy! Lovely captures of the mushrooms. I've never seen pools of mushrooms! Have a happy weekend!

Steve E said...

Your mushrooms got tired of waiting for you nearly a week--and left.

As a (former) bartender I met lots people wo owned fewer brains than most mushrooms...they thought the same of ME!

Icy BC said...

Your pools of mushrooms are out of this world (just an expression) gorgeous! I hope my brain stays active and curious since I can't stand staring at the wall.

Laura. M said...

Very good rainfiel ... Our neurons do not grow that fast how are you mushrooms :))))
It seems they are prepared to march.
Have a great weekend.
A hug.

Magia da Inês said...

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Giga said...

Jak najdłużej chciałabym patrzeć na taką ilość grzybów, a nie na ścianę. Pozdrawiam.
How long would like to look at the amount of mushrooms, not the wall. Yours.

Diane AZ said...

Beautiful mushrooms pools! Nothing like that to see in the desert except by imagination.

betchai said...

those are beautiful shots of the mushroom, would rather stare at your gorgeous shots than at the wall :)

Ratty said...

Maybe all the mushrooms together are one big brain.

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Hi!!!.. beautiful picks of this litte mushrooms.. Regards

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Nice captures. I did not know that they were so sensitive. They look very delicious for me. Thanks for sharing.

Angie said...

Beautiful shots! You were lucky to find them at their prime. The last pic looks like aliens marching to somewhere hehehe...

Betty Manousos said...

beautiful bokeh in your shots!

well done:)

acreativeharbor.com said...

Wonderful mushroom photography and love your 'wit' ~ great post ~ carol ^_^

Debbie said...

hehe....send me some, i will stuff them and send them back to you ;)

de engineur said...

I hope staring at beautiful, placid serene scenery can make the brain lucid longer too

MastHoliday said...

Awesome find!
Well done...

ercotravels said...

Beautiful looking your mushrooms shots!
thanks for sharing with us..

Nancy said...

I try to exercise my brain as much as possible -- thank you for the reminder!

Brita said...

Thanks for your comments. I've been away for a few weeks and found it difficult to get into the net. The network has been shaky inside the valley in Norway.
Nice pictures as usual. Nice pictures of fungi. Good idea to do more images with different perspectives. Have a nice day / brita

ruthinian said...

You do deserve a nobel prize. Another great post.

Arti said...

Your posts certainly deserve Nobel Prize for its creativity! I love the captures of those mushrooms, you capture them so very differently every time!

Barbara said...

Beautiful captures!

EG CameraGirl said...

I hope you are right that an active brain doesn't go mushy as quickly as an inactive one. If it's true, your brain should be good for a long, long while yet. ;))

George said...

You definitely should get a Nobel Prize. Your photos of the mushroom pool are exquisite.

Frieda said...

These mushrooms look so fascinating... and think of their invisible parts in the ground (a bit like a brain!!)

•°°• IcyBC •°°• said...

Quite a forest of mushrooms! I like the last shot where they grow in a line!

RNSANE said...

I just love mushrooms. They are the theme of my former kitchen...paintings, needlework, ceramics...all packed away in case I, someday, have a kitchen again.
Yours are so beautiful and grow in such profusion.