I think this was the last walk of colours – two days ago the first snow arrived. Grey November has taken over our days, so I will post some golden autumn memories while there were still leaves on the trees.
As you can see, there were not many colours this year, but still some gold. And sun! Now we have almost forgotten the feel of sunlight. These are some of the shortest days of the year.
The hidden gems are there if you look for them, and I have grown more and more a mushroom lover. But almost only for photography…I am too afraid of picking something poisonous.
This is a tiny gallery from my walk. I find mushrooms intriguing. One day they are not there – the next day they have just popped out of the ground. A little rain will bring them out.
So many textures again… multiple shapes in tiny landscapes. The low sun is making miracles in the dark of the forest floor. New worlds unfolding.
And a cat musing in the grass – not happy to be disturbed by Milo…
He was happier though – a ”friend” to chase! The story does not tell of the outcome…but we can guess…
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Super photos … and that kitty sure does look as though the chase might be on
These pictures are beautiful. Such detail from a tiny hidden world.
I am glad you liked the little ones, thank you.
Beautiful light! I imagine the snow would look good while there were still leaves on the trees, but it does seem early for that. I love the tall purplish mushroom.
Thank you, Susan. They are a special kind of flowers…;-D
Love the autumn light in your photos. I find these short days very tiring for some reason – lack of proper light I suppose – thank goodness it is only 4 weeks to the winter solstice, though the light doesn’t really make much of a difference until the end of January. Keep warm A-C ❣
You too, Jude! It is awfully damp and cold here. I too am longing for the winter solstice. Today the darkness fell like a curtain around 3-4 pm. Tiring indeed. I can fall asleep sitting in my chair…
Wonderful captures, Anne Christine. These are really amazing 🙂
Marvellous autumn fungi!
A lovely post! So many different mushrooms!
Thank you, Aletta!
Beautiful golden shades, and such delicate little mushrooms! Like you I enjoy photographing them but don’t have the knowledge to safely pick and eat them.
♥ I’d love to learn more though!
Just wonderful. I love our little fungi world. Fabulous photos Ann-Christine 🙂
A fabulous late autumn walk. Thanks so much for taking us along. Did any of your mushrooms provide supper?
Glad you came along, Margaret! But no, no supper from them…
Probably safer that way …
Probably the last mushrooms before the winter cold arrives. Nice shots, also from the ferns and the cat that enjoys the warm sunlight.
Thank you, yes – probably the last ones. And the warm sunlight is gone too.
Beautiful ‘shrooms Leya! How do you get the camera in position for such low angle shots?
Lying on the ground.
😂..ok..thanks! That’s what one part of my brain said but the other part didn’t believe it! So I had to ask..
Haha, I often have to lie on the ground to get the right angle!
These may be some of my favorite photos of yours, and you have so many. The trumpet shaped mushrooms and the translucent mushrooms are my favorites, but the spark of color is not what I would have expected out of mushrooms. Gorgeous post. I love the kitty, too. 🙂
Wow, how great that you love mushrooms too!
I love to photograph them, not to eat them! 🙂
Thank you for the biggest smile of the day – you in Skane County surely have mushtoom magic in autumn ! Have been ‘with’ Ron Smith from Svalov and his trusty pip !!! She really had a talent for finding mountains huge . . . !! I know . . . . what if I come to visit next autumn and you all show me too. . .
Oh, Eha, that would be so much fun! Svalöv?
Surely yes !!!
Just tell me when you arrive!
Great mushrooms shots Ann-Christine. I love photographing mushrooms, but don’t lay on the ground in a senior community to get the shot!
Well, I have to lie down sometimes, but getting up is worse..
What beautiful photos!
Glad you like them, Lisa!
Such gorgeous mushroom images. 😊👏🏽