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Face in the moss on a Maple Tree. I think he’s smiling. . .
The canopy is lovely with the sun filtering through. I think I’m obsessed with Maple Trees.
Here’s a lovely stand of Maple Trees at the back of our acreage. I’m just beginning to see and appreciate them now that the trail is winding through them all. The new green leaves and soft moss on their trunks … Continue reading
His nibs is making a new trail looping to the back of the acreage and around several lovely stands of Maple. These are Oyster Mushrooms on an old Alder.
Mother Nature reusing a tree that has died to grow beautiful fungi and moss.
Ah ha. Out in the woods, on a mossy bench, empty walnut shells, from our tree. We wondered where all our walnuts ended up, main suspect, squirrels. Evidence. Substantial. We’ll have our eyes on those squirrels this Fall. (Guess who’s … Continue reading
Middle daughter did a beautiful moss garden and rockery along one edge of the driveway. Looks so nice with the sun on it. She has more plans for further down the driveway too. Vignettes like this around our acreage fill … Continue reading
It’s the frames which make some things important and some things forgotten. It’s all only frames from which the content rises. ~ Eve Babitz American writer