Nearly naked trees
I love these crooked pine trees that the wind and weather has shaped.
As we arrived we had to walk through old woods, and rocky paths. As the wind mostly blows from the sea nearly all the trees lean towards inland. The first part of the walk is rather dark and this area has lots of fallen down spruce trees. They are left in the woods to decay as nature intended so the nature will continue to be as diverse as possible.
On our way to Porkkalanniemi we saw a flock of swans on a field, a local man saw me taking photos and stopped to tell me that they had been there for a week. On our way there we saw three deer’s on the field, but as we drove home there was at least ten of them.
Vitamins and color therapy in one post. It is a grey rainy day and I was looking for color to cheer me up. Here are some old and new photos of fruits and vegetables to brighten and hopefully boost your energy level today as well as mine.
I found some colors in my garden today. these are taken by mobile
IN color and IN Monochrome
Early Sunday morning I am trying to photograph rain, but we only have misty rain. I am trying to look for signs of rain when I find this Fungi village 🙂 It shows signs of rain as I find rain on the grass the fungi hats.
This is Cladonia (cup lichen) it is a genus of moss-like lichen.
A poisonous mushroom, Amanita muscaria, with a large crimson cap, fading to yellow, scattered with white flecks.
I took photos of this mushroom on a tree stump on a cloudy day and on a sunny day. The difference is huge. The light the direction of light has such a huge impact on the result. In the first photo , taken last I added the lingonberry as an effect.