Anne Elliott

Anne Elliott

Posted on 07/03/2014


Photo taken on August 23, 2010


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The perfection of Mother Nature

The perfection of Mother Nature
Every now and then, you can be lucky finding sunlight shining though the forest and lighting up the very fungus that you've found. This is an old photo from my archives, from a folder that I had forgotten about. Thought I'd post it and add to my Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds 4 album - wow, that means I have 901 fungi, lichen or slime mold images on my photostream, lol. This one was photographed on 23 August 2010, SW of Calgary at Brown-Lowery Provincial Park. Is this a species of Crepidotus?

The famous, annual Calgary Stampede begins tomorrow, with the Stampede Parade taking place in the morning. William Shatner (from Star Trek) is our Parade Marshall. No worries about the weather, as it's a beautiful, sunny day today and tomorrow is supposed to be good, too. Too hot for my liking, though, as it's supposed to get up to 32°C (90°F) this afternoon.

Lol, mid-evening, and the ice-cream van is driving up and down my street, playing Christmas songs! Hoping to make us all feel cooler??

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Cats 99
Cats 99
LOL! No Christmas songs yet, please! I guess it will attract people's attention and maybe sell more ice cream.

This is indeed a gem of a shot - the lighting is perfect and so is the focus!
3 years ago.