Saturday, 30 July 2016

Picture This #363 ~ The Things I Saw

Here I am, sleepy in the morning. Happy to see my yellow house as banner picture. Wonderful theme, I see all sorts of things and like to take pictures of them.

Moon
I see the moon over the tops of trees.

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I saw these unusual mushrooms in a dry field. They were determined to come up, misshapen and flecked with soil.

Lizard
Lizard, fence and flowers.



14 comments:

  1. Hi Benni love your banner
    your choice of pics are cool ---the moon wow
    love those mushrooms cool and the prety red flower through the fence very nice

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  2. Hello Benni. Love the choice of photos. Good shot of the moon. Are the mushrooms edible? Nice shot of the red flowers.

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    1. Thank you, Nik. I do not know if the mushrooms are edible.

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  3. Amazing moon, mushrooms and flower

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  4. I am absolutely no good at moon shots, just love yours. Strange mushroooms growing in that field for eating or other purposes? We might get a spider in a photo if we are lucky, but no lovely photogenic lizards, unfortuantely.

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    1. Ah, yes, the lizards are in Florida, we have none here up north. The mushrooms are strange, and stranger yet that they came up during a drought. Thanks for your comments.

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  5. Hi Benni !! Wonderful shots for this week's theme. Like Pat, my attempts at moon photos are not very good. I always like to see yours. Wow, that really is a 'humungous fungus' in the second shot!! I wonder if it's edible. Love that cute lil lizard peeking out in your third shot.

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    1. Thanks so much, Mitch. I looked up the mushroom, but I couldn't find one that looked like it, so I don't know if it is edible. But it's big. So happy you like my moon. :)

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  6. Hi Benni! What a beautiful set of photos for the theme. The moon makes me dream, the unusual mushrooms look like white goats having rest, while the bottom shot shows us a very interesting variety of things, textures, colours, all in perfect harmony... Many thanks for sharing on here your talent as a photographer...

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    1. Your comment on the mushrooms is very poetic! I think they came up so misshapen because of how dry it has been. Thank you and I am glad you enjoyed my photographs.

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  7. Sorry, Benni, for having omitted words from the above comment. It means, adding how much I like to see again the photo by you of that beautiful mansion. Good to have it as banner image for this week.

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    1. Thank you! And don't you wish we had an "edit" button on Blogger?

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