Last Saturday was a glorious day. Rich and Tim were camping and I was enjoying my day alone. While I was out in the back yard getting firewood, I decided to take a little walk. Our back yard turns into town conservation area. I only traveled a few yards when I decided to go get my camera.
The first thing I spotted was the yellow mushroom. I don't think I've ever seen one like this before. I really liked the yellow color...how nice and fall like.
This one didn't have the same beauty as the yellow one but caught my attention, nonetheless.
This has been a year of mushrooms around our yard! I posted about them last summer here.
A little more than a year ago (I think) we had a storm and lost a tree in our back yard. Rich got out his chain saw, cut it up and put it out back to dry so we could use it as fire wood. I am assuming this is some kind of fungus. ICK!
I like how this single red berry just stood on its own. I don't know what it is. With my luck I trampled through lots of things I shouldn't have.
The summer before last Britt and Jay were here and Jay happened to be looking out into the woods from our deck. He noticed this rhododendron bush in full bloom. I am sure someone tossed it out there at some point in time and it took root and continues to grow.
Yucca! I don not like yucca plants. I asked Rich to pull them up out of our yard. He tossed them out back and here they grown.
This is the view from our driveway into our neighbors yard. I was taken by the yellow and red side by side like that.
I hope you enjoyed your little walk with me. You can click on any of the pictures to enlarge them.
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