Summer Sky at Park Naunhof in Germany - Mai 2014Mai 2014, Naunhof, Germany

Just above our heads is a world with shapes unknown to us, we only try to guess them. We use out imagination and try to translate their mysterious messages, while we don’t even know if there’s a message there or not. I think that the most beautiful skies are those that have some clouds on them.

Spotted snail at Moritzburg in Saxony, Germany

May 2014, Moritzburg, Germany

In the late afternoon, when all the visitors went away, to their homes, he adventured to cross the alley, in search for juicier leafs. That’s when the Weasel spotted him, and asked him to pose for a picture or two, because the Weasel hadn’t seen until then such a snail and found him to be an interesting and beautiful model.

Phoenicurus ochruros sitting on an open air sculpture made of wood in Essing, Bavaria, GermanyAugust 2014 – Essing, Germany

We sat on a bench to rest a bit and admire the view of the old houses aligned along the little and very still arm of the Altmühl. Apparently we intruded the territory of this little fellow, as he was flattering around this open-air wooden sculpture and keeping us under close observation.

Mushroom in Dresden, Germany

October 2011, Dresden, Germany

Someone decided they have to rise above, above the layers of dead leafs on the ground, and to make their way up, and be a big mushroom. Sometimes the way up doesn’t go so straight, but in the end the result is a gracious, S shaped stem.

White mushroom (Amanita Bisporigera - Destroying Angel) in Dresden, GermanyOctober 2011, Dresden, Germany

The little “Destroying Angel” mushroom reclined so it can catch the last rays of the setting autumn sun. And me thinking that mushrooms don’t like the sun very much, and prefer to keep their paleness.

Flies on the black cap of a mushroom in Dresden, Germany

October 2011, Dresden, Germany

I think that each type of creature is “designed” in such a way that finds certain smells appealing and other disgusting. Such as these flies, I assume, find this mushroom as something delicious and irresistible, while for humans (and probably other animals) it only stinks.

By the way, anyone knows what sort of mushroom this is?

Golden Autumn in Großer Garten in Dresden, GermanyGroßer Garten, Dresden, Germany

Autumn must be the color-richest season, yet it manages to create astounding monochromes as well.


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