That second one is really weird. Makes me think of some kind of disease there but not sure what.Cher Sunray Gardens
The second is quite unusual. I'm not going to say what I'm thinking lest an ink blob expert is in your reading audience.
Very interesting how the fungus/mushrooms thrive even in dry conditions. Have a great wknd, Judith!
My hubby used to work in the woods and has brought home limbs with growth on them for me to use with birdhouses. I have a large one still in my garden. So interesting.Nancy
I love to see the strange things that nature produces - some just plains weird . . . but amazingly beautiful!!Hugs,Barb
Very interesting shapes. Cool. Valerie
Those warts on the tree are where booboos happened and the tree heals over it - isn't that right? Just thinking off the top of my head - glad I can think ;)Wasn't able to do much of that earlier this week!Hugs,Kathy
Hi Judith, Hope you're having a great summer. I haven't had much time for the computer, but plan to be active in the blogging world again once the cold weather hits. Looking forward to catching up then. Diane
Judith, thanks for your support. I think that 'August Break' is a wonderful idea! Sort of like 'Wordless Wednesday'. I think it would be so much fun for people just to feel free to peek in and see what's going on, without having to spend a lot of time they could be in their own gardens. Super idea! Diane
I'm enjoying your photos each day. Queen Anne is a favorite of my mother's and she would love a pink one!
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