December the 10th was a really good day. Not only was the weather perfect for walking, I harvested a spike (perfect double lung shot, pats self on back) and made cookies for Addie’s piano recital. A well-rounded day. The early morning hours revealed lots of beauty.
Here is what I saw.
Dew-coated pod and a Daddy-Long-Leg spider……
Oak leaf with a touch of lace….
This barn you can barely see from the road, I think I was trespassing. Don’t tell anybody, okay?
I hate to see things go to waste and once upon a time this was a pretty neat little shelter.
This little mushroom was keeping the pine tree company.
Pretty fungi and some unidentified animal poop.
All the following pictures were taken on a single log in less than a square foot. Lots of color and life in such a tiny spot!
Moving on….I crawled under a fence then hopped up onto the railroad tracks.
Spotted some super fuzzy, peach-colored fungi beside the tracks……
I was walking along the tracks, heard a rustling to my left and saw several does. I counted 6 but only got 3 in the pictures.
They finally saw me and dashed away at record speed.
Thanks for joining me today!
One thought on “Wicked Walk 12/10/2014”
Gotta love ole train tracks! There is one (semi-abandoned) near us with a long bridge over a creek! Your picture reminds me to go visit my ole friend! A short train goes through it about once a week to our little town to pickup open box cars that have been filled by the local auto demolishing plant! I love it’s horn blasts! Merry Christmas!
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