Frivolity, caught in the little
details of the competitive games
the serious pondering about the whole.
That’s why it remained
Frivolity can wear awesome shoes.
Frivolity can wear a first-rate hat.
Frivolity can appear to be intelligent,
in frivolous ways.
I enjoyed your musings, but I laughed at the photo. The underside of that mushroom looks remarkably like one of the air filters for my car — and that’s no fooling!
Man has been using nature’s designs for eons, Linda! … except nature’s don’t pollute.
Marla told me that it was snowing outside when i woke up this morning and when i looked outside i saw that it wasn’t. 🙂
Mushroom gills are phenomenal, Tom. And it’s purple? wow
There are many mushroom gill designs, Luda, and i am fascinated by all of them. 🙂
Frills, gills and a bit of frivolity. Very nice!
Thanks, Belinda! Mushrooms and fish have a lot in common! 🙂
This mushroom is dressed to the gills … (you know I had to Google to see if that was an expression because it seemed to have fallen off the track in favor of being “dressed to the nines”) – either way, that is one pretty purple mushroom.
“Dressed to the gills” is the one familiar to me; must be my age! Thanks re the shroom! Awesome how many mushrooms connect with the roots of trees and plants and communicate with them and share nutrients! 🙂
Yup, my folks said it all the time, so “dressed to the gills” is “as old as the hills” … actually, I am not far behind you in age Tom. 🙂
I love the contrast between the mushroom gills and the veins of the leaf! Great photo, Tom!
I do too! Thanks, Sabine! 🙂 So cool how many mushrooms connect with the roots of trees and plants and communicate with them and share nutrients! 🙂
There’s nothing like a frivol here and there, bu tin the main, be aware, let’s not be fooled as you say
The number of people duped seems endless.