Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Prunella and the Fungi...






 


During the month of November
Prunella has been out and about spotting colourful fungi, soft green mosses and ferns...






 
She even found the perfect Prunella sized waterfall!!



 and a teeny-tiny cave for shelter...




Winter is almost upon us...
 

 
and with it comes Christmas and the gorgeous Robin Redbreast that adorns the festive cards...
 


 


xXx
Until the next time, keep smiling,
 stay safe, warm, happy and healthy.
Hugs to all.
xXx



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21 comments:

  1. Hello, Prunella has found some wonderful mushrooms and fungi. I love the cute little waterfall and cave. The Robin is adorable. Wonderful images from your outing. Have a happy day and week ahead!

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  2. The happy face of Prunella always makes mee smile <3 lovely collages in the nature... Robin Red reast is so cute too. Stay safe, don't eat poisonous mushrooms!

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  3. Dearest Prunella,
    with your so lovely adventures you always bring me back in tinme, at the age of my childhood, blessed be, Dearie !

    Wishing you a most lovely day, today,
    I'm sending hugs and ever much love to you

    XOXO Dany

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  4. What lovely photos.
    They are colorful, happy pictures that make me smile.
    Thank you for your delightful blog. : )

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  5. A simply delightful post prunella. Happiness is definitely found, when searching for fungi and to find a waterfall is a bonus.

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  6. Prunella, these pictures are gorgeous and so sweet! The red fungi looks like out of a childrens tale with gnomes and fairies! and the lovely robin! what a gift you have to capture the beauty and sweetness of nature.

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  7. Oh my Prunella, you are looking goegeous in all the backdrops..

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  8. Dear Prunella,
    the Gif with you and the waterfall is so nice - I like it so much, but the spider web is beautiful. The teardrops are a little bit like diamonds - for you ;-)?
    Greetings from a rainy and very grey Germany
    Kirsi

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  9. Lovely Prunella, what a delightful post :) The little waterfall is simply beautiful and oh, what a stunning spider web!

    Much love and sweet hugs to you!

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  10. Oh Prunella, I see beautiful photos in your post! The little waterfall is fantastic and the spiderweb with rain drops so unique!
    May the rest of November be warm and healthy and full of experiences for you!
    Kind regards from Berlin
    Gabi

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  11. Wonderful photos and collages, dear Prunella! There's a great balance between the neutral, natural shades and the joyful Prunella colours. :)
    The little waterfall is lovely... and makes one of the best gifs I have ever seen.
    Happy Thursday! xx

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  12. What lovely photographs and mosaics.
    I think the waterfall and cave are just brilliant!
    Aren't robins a wonderful bird.

    Thanks for a wonderful post.

    All the best Jan

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  13. The mere sight of a Robin evokes images of Christmas. I don't think there is a bird in the world that has ever been featured more on Christmas greetings, although the Cardinal here in North America will be in close contention.

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  14. What an expressive face Prunella has.
    Like that spider web.

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  15. Funny fungi pics!
    Sorry I missed your post, Prunella!. And I wonder when I can read the next one.

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  16. I hope you're fine? I miss the stories from and about Prunella - Greetings from Germany (the spring is slowly coming)
    Kirsi

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  17. Dear friend I hope you are fine !!
    Have a Happy Easter !!

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  18. Just popping in to say hello.
    Hope all is well.

    All the best Jan

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  19. So happy to see Prunella always bright and cheerful! Have a great weekend!

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Prunella and the Fungi...

  During the month of November Prunella has been out and about spotting colourful fungi, soft green mosses and ferns... ...