Sunday, December 13

Sunday Farm Photo: Living Art

Fungus on a Hunk of Handmade Fence

Want to see more farm art?
Discard On Display
Well Seasoned
Heart Of Vine
More Found Art
The Weathered Look Is Very In Around Here

Bird Nests Are Definitely Works Of Art
More Old Stuff Just Hanging Around
Feather Wait
Seeing Things
The Farm Is My Canvas
Perfect Landing
Farmyard Still Life

Precious Farm Jewels
Still Life With Barbed Wire & Buck Brush
Fence As Farm Art
Every Day is Earth Day—and I'm Eco-Chic (Who Knew?)

And then we have fungi photos:
9/18/06: Wild Mushroom or Miniature Alien Spaceship Crash Site?
5/26/08: Foraging and Finding Morels
9/11/08: A Very Local Dinner Starring Wild Chanterelle Mushrooms
11/13/08: A Wild Mushroom Feast for Your Eyes Only
4/20/09: Morels!

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  1. That is beautiful! I would love to know, and actually be certain, which wild mushrooms were poisonous and which were safe. It'd be so cool to go out foraging. But so not cool to get mushroom poisoning!

  2. Jackie in MD12/14/2009 7:11 AM

    Do the donkey girls and boys get to share the new sheep barn ( which we haven't seen in totla yet) when it is cold?

  3. What a gorgeous photograph!


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