It's mushroom and toadstool season here as well..Great shots!!
Hi. Great photos of fungi. Greetings.
Beautifully photographed! They do look so pretty and I've found a few lately around home. The acorns are lovely too and a sure sign autumn has arrived in the Algarve!Best wishes!
Hi. This year has been here in Finland a good year for mushrooms. Stunning photographs.
I love toad stools, these are beautiful.. I once asked a neighbor is I could come up in her yard and lay down on my stomach to take toad stool photos. she nodded and looked like I might be crazy. the sun and your camera have turned the fence into a beautiful work of art
I love the water droplets on the flower - and would like to jump into the photo of the fence on the curving road!
the first group of mushrooms reminded me of a bouquet of flowers. we are not seeing many mushrooms as we are in a pretty serious drought situation!! pretty purple flowers, always a favorite for me!!!
Perfection all the way around here today!! What creative images and such vivid displaying. Lovin' it.
the same mushrooms are in my place
Glorious captures! I feel as if I have taken a long walk with you in nature...one of my favourite pastimes! I love your photography, thank you so much for sharing all the beauty you find!
Wow! Great photos!
Oh, I love your mushroom collection.
Lots of pretty shots here! A couple of my favorites are the fence along the country road and the acorns. Beautiful!!
A wonderful variety of beauty.
Are those Crocus'? They are one of my favorites!!! Great job on the fungi and fences...especially the one along the gravel road...:)JP
beautiful browns and yellows of autumn!
Your photos are so clear. Beautiful images. Your toadstool photos remind me of my childhood - going mushroom picking with my grandpa. I imagine these ones in your shots though are not edible. :-)
These were very nice fences, pretty flowers, fascinating fungi and just plain fun to see.
Fungi are so fascinating. So beautiful in their different forms!
Beautifully focussed shots but which mushrooms are edible? Do you know? Some look good enough to eat.I see lots when I walk with my daughter's dog but have never dared to pick them.
Beautiful pictures. Very autumnal.
Dearest Sonija; I LOVE this post with full of autumn atmosphere♪ We cook mushrooms with various ways and also chestnut rice is our favorite(me and husband p:-) Leaves, acorns, flowers and fences I enjoyed all of your photos from your country (♡^.^♡) Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in Portugal, xoxo Miyako*
Hello, these are all stunning images. I thought I was going to pick a favorite but I love them all. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
Lovely toadstools!But where are the toads?!;-)
The mushrooms, the mushrooms, I love them. Wonderful photos.
Wonderful fence shots and amazing macro shots ~ love the mushrooms! thanks!Wishing you a Happy Weekend ~ ^_^
Love your photos! Our little neighbor girl is fascinated with acorns. She would love your pictures!
Beautiful, clear photo's.I especially liked the one with the acornsAll the best Jan
Lovely photos of the fungi and other autumn sights around you. I wish I knew more about the different types of fungi; they are fascinating. I must treat myself to a good ID book on them.
Beautiful photography as always!!! I've never seen acorns like that OR never noticed them before!!!! Lol.
Such a wonderful series of photos - I love acorns in the fall :)
Fantastic Autumn collection Sonjia. Every picture is wonderful.... I especially love the acorns with their caps still on the tree ... Wonderful critters too and I love the Fall crocus ... such a treat!
Me encantan. Besos.
Nice shots! Fascinating mushrooms...
cool fungi. love the curvy road/fence pic.
Beautiful collection! I especially love the acorns.
Absolutely wonderful collection of images! Are those March Lilies? So beautiful!
Great shots of the fungi - all interesting. I am developing a little proficiency in identifying the species we commonly find here - but I still have a long way to go!
Delightful images of the fungi and flowers, Sonjia. I sometimes wish that I was better at identifying these so that I could take some edible ones home, but my wife, I know, would very wisely refuse to eat them for fear of them being poisonous!Best wishes - - - Richard
A great variety of beautiful photos.
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