Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Something that grows on a Tree

Whenever I am out in the woods, one of my favorite subject to take pictures with are the trees. There's something about trees that seems to take to you every time you look at them. Weird eh?
What I love is that, you can see pretty organisms/living things growing in 'em too. Like this one (not sure what it's called) that I saw in Tomlinson Run Park.
I find it gorgeous! Do you?
Have a nice weekend everyone!
skywatch friday image


  1. They look like mushrooms but as far as I know, mushrooms grow in the ground not on trees. They must be some form of fungus like our own tenga nang daga. Maganda ngang kunan ang mga puno dahil very relaxing ang itsura nila. They always remind you of green forest. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

  2. hello chubz! nice to be back here... haven't done hopping for like ages, hahaha!

    Mel is right, they're definety not mushrooms... marami nyan dito sa atin sa Pilipinas but I never really know what they are called. and in fairness, maganda nga silang tingnan...just as they are lovely flowers clinging on the tree :-)

  3. Wow! They indeed gorgeous! Are they edible?

  4. mel is right they are in fungus family. i don't think they are edible pero ang gandang tignan.

    nga pala, i received the card today. thanks tokaya. natawa ako sa dedication at talagang kasama si champ at chelsea sa cottrills. i love it tokaya! mwaaah!

  5. Cool looking tree!

  6. They are absolutely gorgeous, Rose. Great shots.

  7. Cool looking fungi, great captures Rose! Happy skywatching!

  8. Awesome looking Fungi!! You captured these really nicely!!

    Recently I switched to a custom domain and have lost friends on google friend connect. Request you to re-join :-)

    Pixellicious Photos


I love comments so leave me a line or two and I will follow your trail and comment back.

Sugarcreek Roadtrips

It's been a while since we last visited Sugarcreek.  We used to go there almost every weekend just so we can drive around and see other ...

Thanks for Subscribing.

Enter your email address:

Related Posts Widget for Blogs by LinkWithin


Search This Blog