This past weekend I took a hike in our woods. With the steep ravines, it gets a little challenging to get down and back up the hills, but I always find it worth the effort.
This dead tree limb is supporting the life of some tree fungus. Did you ever think you’d use the words “beautiful” or “breath-taking” to describe fungus?
The next two images are of a fallen tree, with another variety of tree fungus.
We call this our “Lilly Pond”, although it’s not really a pond, and it doesn’t have any lilies in it. This “pond” is actually a huge puddle that was created by some heavy rainfall we had a few years back. The rainfall washed away a number of our trees in the woods. When the trees fell, they created a dam in the little brook, and thus resulted our “pond”.
This is a “waterfall” in what I refer to as the babbling brook.
Even though the leaves are falling, and botanical life is winding down, it’s nice to see so much beauty still around.PAID ENDORSEMENT DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog.