Tag Archives: Fall
Found in the Botanical Garden lawn. Bright red fly agaric from northern Europe and Asia. Cap might be orange or yellow due to slow development of the purple pigment. Wide cap with white or yellow warts which are removed by … Continue reading
A lovely Sunday walk through the Botanical Gardens in West Sechelt. What a gem that property is. They have signs on all the different trees and plants so you are getting an education as well as exercise. A perfect Sabbath.
This popped up overnight along our driveway. Mushrooms everywhere after the rains.
When God wants to make a mushroom, He does it overnight, but when He wants to make a giant oak, He takes a hundred years. Great souls are grown through struggles and storms and seasons of suffering. Be patient with … Continue reading
Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.” ~William Arthur Ward
Bright pink watering can forgotten, still signs of life abound. Tiny red tomatoes cling to sprawling vines. Verdant Jerusalem artichoke reach to the top of the fence, competing for last rays of sun as it plays hide and seek behind … Continue reading
If you have integrity, nothing else matters. If you don’t have integrity, nothing else matters. ~Alan Simpson
Virginia Creeper Parthenocissus quinquefolia Deciduous, fast growing woody vine with dark green palmate foliage which turns bright orange-red in the fall. It climbs smooth surfaces using small forked tendrils tipped with small strongly adhesive pads. Stems grow up to 50’ … Continue reading
I love the colours in Fall’s Paintbox. Reds that you only see this time of year, Greens that blend and blaze between blue sky and forest darkness. It’s not my favourite time of year but I can’t help admiring the … Continue reading
“Narcissists, however, are similar to a spider that has built a web for its prey to bring itself.” ― Mwanandeke Kindembo, Treatise Upon The Misconceptions of Narcissism