Saturday, June 22, 2013

Nature's Rarest Color

    While weedeating, I saw the prettiest little flower. It's one of those flowers one might possibly step on. It was growing very low to the ground among the weeds. I accidentally ran the weedeater over another flower that I had wanted to take a picture of, so I told myself that after I finished I would get my camera and take a photo of this two-petalled summer surprise. At first, I thought some petals were missing, but a closer look at all the others nearby revealed that was not true.




    I remembered my son had showed me an unusual mushroom the day before. I had done some research on it and discovered that its underneath part was more vibrant than the top. It was so close to the ground that I couldn't see its opposite side so after taking the flower picture, I grabbed a plastic knife and went to where I thought it was located. Luckily it was still there and I started cutting it from its base. I pushed it over and saw what I was hoping for. Immediately after the cut some blue ink-like substance slowly dripped around its base and I snapped a few shots. Funny, I felt a little remorse concerning this fungus.
 
 
 
 
    In the evening, before I was to join others for a walk around the park, I looked out to see a bird that had become a familiar sight. I grabbed my camera and got a shot as close as I could without scaring it away.
 
 
 
 
I received a wonderful blessing. Blue is one of my favorite colors!

4 comments:

  1. Great pictures/stories--a true, blue blessing. xoxo

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    1. Thank you Pat. That means so much to me. I appreciate your comment. The "true, blue blessing. xoxo" made me smile. :)

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  2. Great shots! Blue is my favorite too:))

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  3. Thanks Talya. Another good thing in common. :)

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