267/365: sunlight, dew drops & fungus
The underside of a shelf fungus with glimmering dew drops and a backdrop of golden fall foliage and sunlight.
Spotted during our early fall hike at Lebanon Hills Regional Park. It really is ALL about the light!
Few things are more delicate, fresh, and lovely than raindrops on petals (roses or otherwise). There’s also a depth to the light that emerges after a storm – a softness and subtlety that brings out the richness of colors more than sunshine ever could.
My slight envy of those living in temperate climates centers on the ability to grow fresh food,
particularly herbs, year-round. How I’d love to have rosemary bushes to prune!
But then while enjoying my fresh sage I’d just be pining for fresh snow. I choose four seasons, at least for now. But I do feel that life is better with an herb garden.
229/365: purple sage with droplets
August 20, 2013 August 19, 2013
365 Project - 2013, ART, Flora, flowers, Food, garden, Macro, Nature, PHOTOGRAPHY