Friday, October 17, 2014

Mushroom has a Small Win


Small wins make great presents.

Missus and I followed trail marks last Sunday to explore a new hiking trail. With guesses at many junctions over this an-hour-forty-five-minute journey, we managed to reach the peak with relief.

Three pieces of giant stones that were nicely stacked up are a fascinating eye-opener.

But the dialogue between a lonely mushroom and a naive plant is attractive.

"Join me as a mushroom?"

"Why?"

"Ever know this guy and Sallie?"

"No."

"Mushrooms are their topics."

"So?"

"They are then our topics."

Its small win in the making makes me nuts.


26 comments:

Secondary Roads said...

Another interesting journey. Thanks for taking me along with you.

TexWisGirl said...

what a cute little conversation going on! :) i really am fascinated by that rectangular stone!

Debbie said...

oh...that's a teeny, tiny one!!!

Steve E said...

So much here to learn on your web pages, Rainfield.
"Go beyond the steppes, where most do not travel--to attain enlightenment"

Do not step on plantings, for I do not even know their names, or who is who.

Listen for the conversations which are happening everywhere in the Universe

eileeninmd said...

A funny conversation going on there.. Wonderful captures, Rainfield. Have a happy weekend!

Icy BC said...

The mushroom got my attention, and such an interesting conversation!

bailey-road.com said...

That;s a cute little mushroom. The huge stones are really fascinating.

Gail Dixon said...

Very interesting post. Pretty cute convo.

Bob Bushell said...

Little baby mushroom.

carol l mckenna said...

Another intriguing and creative post and photos!

Happy Weekend to you.
artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Thanks for your comment.. Interesting post.. Cheers..

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Thanks for your comment.. Interesting post.. Cheers..

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

My mushrooms are honored to be in the same company as yours!! Because yours are so much more creative and talkative. (I will tell mine not to have an inferiority complex. They are pretty even if they are not anywhere near as brilliant as yours !!)

Frieda said...

What a fascinating journey you had! The last picture is so cute. Have a nice weekend.

Frieda said...

What a fascinating journey you had! The last picture is so cute. Have a nice weekend.

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Nice captures. Looking at your photos,many people started to take mushroom photos. I think mushrooms all over the world feel to thank you. Thanks for sharing.

Sharkbytes said...

They certainly are having a serious conversation!

Laura. M said...

She did not want to be fungus;)))
Good semana.Rainfiel.
a hug.

Gunilla Bäck said...

Cute little mushroom. May the interesting conversations continue.

MTWaggin said...

Cool rocks but I love your comments on the mushroom and plant photo. It really does look like they are talking! :)

Laura said...

I adore this tiny mushroom! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

Molly said...

Love the idea of the conversation... the image certainly inspires it perfectly

Mollyxxx

Helma said...

Always nice to discover a new path:-)
Very large stones that have ever served for something.
You mushroom on the trunk I find really beautiful!

Marie said...

Great photos! I love the tiny mushroom and it's neighboring plant.
The huge stones are amazing!

Villrose said...

Interesting, for sure...

HOOTIN ANNI said...

You always share such unique and beautiful images!!