Monday, 28 October 2013

Mushroom autumn walks

I love autumn (and not only because it was my birthday last week and I am an October-girl:-)...the amazing colours in nature, the harvest, the fresh apples& pears...and for few years I am enjoying also the mushroom walks:-)) Lets dive into the autumn rainbow with my pictures below! This time I am sharing pictures taken in the forests in the Netherlands and Normandy, France...

11 comments:

Joop Zand said...

Wonderful photographed Jana........ i love it.

Greetings, Joop

Barb said...

Some real gems here, Jana. I sure hope you didn't kiss that cute frog! Happy Birthday, my friend. Love all the colors you found in autumn.

Jeanne said...

Love the shots of the mushroom Jana, and that frog looks like he could be a prince in disguise. I like the articulating screen on your camera. I had one on mine until I traded cameras, and now am missing that feature. Very handy for low shots like that when you don't want to really get flat down on the ground with your chin pressed in the mud.

biebkriebels said...

A purple mushroom I have never seen before, nice photos.

Saucy Kodz said...

What lovely shots and such vibrant colour. The underneath of the mushroom is so colourful and the little frog shots are so HD - just a lovely, colourful post. And for you Jana, a most HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY, my dear - ENJOY :)

Dietmut said...

Jana, mooie herfst serie. Grappig het foto "fotograaf aan het werk". Fijne avond en groetjes, Dietmut

Lies said...

Natuurwondertjes, vastgelegd door Jana !
En smak, smak, smak !
Lie(f)s.

Rosemary said...

Belated Happy Birthday Jana - some lovely autumn images.

Cutella said...

This is soo cool! Somehow shows the natural beauty of the nature...

Filip and Kristel said...

That's a nice little jumper. The first picture is my favourite, almost something alien.

Greetings,
Filip

betchai said...

wow, love those pictures, and you are so high tech in taking pictures, did not know you can have an lcd like that, no need of lying down to the ground to see what you are taking picture.