Nature & Wildlife's Beauty and Behavior Through My Lens
Love old barns, and buildings with that texture.
Me too, I had been eyeing that barn for a couple weeks. I’m thinking the next time will be when snow is present.
…and not a bird in sight! 😲
Oh no! 😲
Love the colour of the mushroom! So bright and cheerful! If it wasn’t for the fallen leaves, I wouldn’t have known that it was fall. Lots of green left.
Isn’t it such a bright yellow! I was sitting at my desk looking out the window and saw the bright yellow one morning. I had no idea what it was and was out the door with my camera to check out. I took more photos over the next couple days but it lost it’s color and quickly surmised. The only one too, I kept looking for more. I have no idea what that little green stuff that is growing in our yard, it has taken over a section under a huge willow oak tree. It does have pretty little leaves though!
I do like the composition of your first photo. All lovely shots😊
Thank you, Belinda! Something different than a bird catching my eye. 😊
Thank you, Carol!
Mushrooms are amazing the way they just shoot up anywhere and are so attractive.
They are! I happen to see this one pop up one morning out my window at my desk in our backyard. I kept watching for more, but it was the only one.
That’s an amanite that i did not find yet, probably we don’t have him over here.
I like that old barn too.
Thank you, Rudi! This amanite popped up in our backyard! It was so bright and pretty. Pretty cool barn, I had been watching it for a good morning shot!
Nice job on the barn, Donna! And I like all three versions of the shroom, what a vivid yellow!
Thank you, Ellen! Always cool to find an old barn for ops. That shroom popped up in our back yard, the only one, but I did enjoy seeing it out there for a week from my desk window, it was the brightest in the mornings around 8:00 am. Funny how stupid little things like that bring joy, lol.
Those little joys are the best! Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving 🍁
That catches my eye, as well! Love the barn with the hanging door. Nice colo
Thank you, Jane! I see your next comment…..
Sorry, got distracted. The neighbour called and there was a hawk in the back yard.
And most definitely you run for the bird! I get that!!! hehe
LOL Unfortunately, I will be have one less chickadee on the count next time. It was either a Sharp-shinned Hawk or a Cooper’s, eating a Chickadee. They thought it was a Peregrine falcon, but no, I could see the markings, albeit crappy photos.
Poor little chickadee…. 😢
Who doesn’t love an old, weathered barn? They are so photo-worthy!
The mushroom is flawless, not a single bite taken out of it. 😉 That last image reminds me of an egg yolk sprinkled with kosher salt. 😀
Good ole barns are awesome! And I thought of Parmesan cheese sprinkled on top! 😁
Very decorative all round.
Thank you, Tom!
Nice. I like to photograph mushrooms and old barns, too.
Thank you, Vic!
Lovely to see some Autumn colours, Donna. We’ve had so much wind and rain here that we haven’t seen much of Autumn at all this year. I especially am drawn to that top photo.
Thank you, Lizzy! I thought we were not going to have autumn colors, just go to browns immediately because of the very hot August and Sept, but they finally started popping. It went quick, but we still have some colors.
Lovely mushroom! Soalsothe colourful foliage, Donna!
Thank you, Indira!
Very nice Donna! I liked them all, so I could not pick a favorite!😊
Thank you, Reed! 😊
Wow! That mushroom is so bright! Love the old barn with nature slowly but surely reclaiming her materials… beautiful pictures.
Thank you, Barbara! I shot the mushroom in the early morning sunlight at its peak. It was a bright delight from my desk window in my backyard. Old barns always beckon me!
The fungi looks like it’s had a light sprinkling of crumbs – looks delicious! 😉 I love the close up of the barn too, with the door hanging off, well framed.
Thank you very much! Eliza thought kosher salt and I thought Parmesan cheese, lol. I had been eyeing that barn for some time, gotta go back to it when it snows. 🙂
These are wonderful Fall colors, and finds. I never see mushrooms that cool looking, and I love the old cabin.
Thank you, Deborah! Re the mushroom, me either! I was hoping more would pop up but they didn’t. Bummer. hehe
Just love looking at and taking pics of barns. This one is gorgeous! Somehow, although I see a lot of mushrooms, they are never as perfect and colorful as that. Great post!
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