6.06.2012

A Forest Walk


twas a dark and rainy day
lush and green as well
perfect for the fungi folk
to rise from the earth
becoming treasures
for us to find
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this was the first time for me
to meet these swollen
TINY mushrooms


two


the rivers are rising
with snowmelt
and Spring rainfall

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46 comments:

  1. Wow..It's always a great pleasure to have a walk with you...:)
    I specially love the orange tiny mushrooms ,very strange texture ,but really beautiful...:)
    Thank you Tammie it's a beautiful post..:)

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  2. Tammie, these are gorgeous photos. I love the trail thru the woods and the river does look high. The mushrooms are cool looking, great finds.

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  3. Excelentes fotografias....
    Cumprimentos

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  4. I would like to be taking a walk down that soft path right now; it would ease my soul. What wonders you have come upon! Beautifully shot.

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  5. They look like they're made out of jelly. I like your path through the wet woods. No Calypso this spring, I fear. I hiked where they normally grow last Mon and none were seen

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  6. Oooh my goodness! The trees look so fresh. The river so full and the mushrooms so colorful. A true spring. In the meantime all I can say is I am jealous because we are into the midst of summer here. It is so hot that I actually feel like passing out from the heat when I go out. That ice-melt river would feel so cool now.

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  7. Those swollen tiny mushrooms are amazing! Remind me of the orange jelly stuff, but those don't have stems. Amazing!!

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  8. Thanks for the trip to the forest! LOVE those little mushrooms! So vibrant!

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  9. What a fabulous walk, Tammie... Looks like some of the same kind of walks in the woods that George and I take. We usually manage to 'draw' some rain along our way when we hike... ha

    Great photos.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  10. Snowmelt! I forgot what that is. Thanks for this beautiful, up-close image of spring!

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  11. Une nature en fête... Des photos de la nature si magnifiques... merci pour cette merveilleuse publication et cette belle promenade.
    Gros bisous

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  12. Mysterious and awakening ... like a drink from one of your mountain riversprings: restorative.

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  13. Such a beautiful post.
    Love these pics -- I want to be there!
    I can smell the woods.
    Thanks for the intimate close-ups . . .
    and that trail.
    Wow, Tammie.

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  14. Your pictures of the mushrooms are beautiful. I like the looks of the forest trail as well.

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  15. A beautiful day to be in the forest! Great photos! I would be very comfortable there.

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  16. whoa! that is one rushing river!! i am always mind boggled at the the power of that much water.

    xoxo

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  17. you live in such a beautiful surrounding!
    but the pictures you make underline it even more

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  18. Thanks for the walk in Your Nature !
    ...and thanks for the inspirering note on my blog about the loons! Eagles and loons at the same place .....that´s a challange.
    Have a wonderful time Tammie !

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  19. TL- such succulent tiny treasures. Nature has the ability to capitalise on so many environments. Thanks for capturing and sharing. B

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  20. A long way from the palace, in the heart of a deep wood of pine-trees, lived a wise woman. In some countries she would have been called a witch, but that would have been a mistake, for she never did anything wicked, and had more power than any witch could have..

    beautiful pictures!

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  21. Thanks for the walk in your forrest Tammy. So big river!!! Great photos as always from you.
    Hug from Hilda

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  22. I truly swoon every time I visit your blog. The natural beauty is astounding! And the white shooting stars in your previous post - I don't think I've ever seen anything more beautiful!
    xoxoxo

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  23. What a beautiful area. I love your little fungi find. Such a brilliant colour.

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  24. Good grief, they look like candy... Oh I think I can smell the earth!

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  25. Lovely photos! I can feel the tranquility

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  26. loved the path in the first image and the mushrooms look like jelly :)

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  27. Eeps! Those little mushrooms are so cute:) the little orange ones look like candy. And I love all those different greens. Sigh . . . Your pictures just make me want to move to the continental US all the more! :) thank you for taking us on your walks.

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  28. Aren't they cute? We have something that color, but it has no shape, it is more like jelly.

    Where does that path lead?

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  29. Oh my... something so incredible beautiful! So green and lovely, and as I see that path I would like to walk there too! :)
    What original mushrooms, they lool like candies.. :)

    and two is always fine to be (or most of time) :D I love the moss!

    And the river full of water WITH snow?! WoW!

    Lovely time to you! :)

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  30. Your forest looks so enchanting! I wish I could walk trhough it and sample all the loveliness... oxx

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  31. hi Sandy, the path leads along the river and through the forest, a lovely walk!

    thank you all for your lovely visits, i so enjoy your messages!

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  32. A beautiful walk and photos. Thanks.
    Warm greetings, Mirthe

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  33. How amazing. Those mushrooms look like sweets!

    Fabulous photos.

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  34. Enchanting Tammie!! How I would love to walk down that wondrous path with you. The river does look very high! I know you must be enjoying this time of year so much! Thanks for sharing your magical world. Hugs from Massachusetts!

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  35. what a lovely forest path and mushroomed treasures to delight the heart. on the beautiful trail you're on...with it you wander and share such loveliness!
    love you~
    abigail

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  36. thanks for the forest magic! i LOVE those tiny bubble-like yellow mushrooms!! what a find!

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  37. wonderful photos Tammie. what a serene walk you've shared...

    Happy Saturday, G

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  38. ...loved your intro text, and the photos are so lush and feel so peaceful.

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  39. Hi Tammie, this place is wonderful!
    And these images are so great...
    Hugs

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  40. amazing mushrooms....almost luminous.

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  41. My heart belongs to the forest..thankyou for sparking it to life..beautiful! And such whimsical mushroom spirits!!
    Victoria

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  42. Very nice photos from the forest! Those mushrooms are fantastic and well captured :-)
    Rune

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  43. great blog.
    The landscapes are wonderful, well captured..your macros are spectacular.

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  44. I like to live there ... the nature is beautiful, a fantastic landscape filled with positive energy ... That most beautiful mushrooms are small suns ... Kisses friend!

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  45. beautiful world and beautiful photography to document it!

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  46. awesome wovenforest stroll! ~ thankyoU for the share!... ...xXx... ...Samantha...

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie