Army of fungi
marching across the garden:
apple tree long dead.
Oh death and rebirth – wonderful. A very nice piece.
Sadly, by today the whole army of fungi has been vanquished and there are only a few blackened strands left behind.
Awww – but they are still there beneath the soil – only the fruiting body is dead. x
Yes! Perfect photo, Sarah–it must have inspired your haiku.
Everyday, at the moment, I come across some interesting fungi. My son was laughing at his strange mother scrambling under a bush in the park with her mobile phone today, to take a photo of a particularly distinguished fungus with a view o writing a poem about it!
That is a picture that makes me smile! How lucky for us that we have children that are amused, rather than mortified, as some kids might be.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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