Saturday, 1 January 2011

Fungi on Arthur's Seat

(photo by Crafty Green Boyfriend)

in the pile
of rabbit droppings -
an orange toadstool.

For River of Stones

(You can see the photos I took on today's walk here on this blog and here on Over Forty Shades, where I've started my series of photos of architectural photos, seeing as it seemed to be a popular idea when I mentioned it a few days ago!)

18 comments:

Kat Mortensen said...

That is one great post-title, Juliet! The photo is very good too. You are enjoying your new camera, I see.

Kat

Crafty Green Poet said...

Oh Kat, yes, I guess it it a misleading post title if you don't know Arthur's Seat as a hill in Edinburgh!

Gillena Cox said...

Fabulous
Happy New Year

bunnygirl said...

Rabbits can grow anything.

Lucy said...

How intriguing, looks and sound a bit Alice in Wonderlandish...

Happy New Year, CGP!

Eliza said...

And what a lovely toadstool! The rabbit droppings must be nurturing it. :O)

bunnits said...

A great photo and poetry.

BTW: rabbits nourish all things.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Nice photo - I don't recall that King Arthur was a real fun guy though, was he?

Toadstools grow well in the heap where our bunny litter remnants go too!

Glenna said...

That is a very pretty toadstool!

annell said...

Yes, I love orange! A wonderful photo! Thanks so much.

mark said...

Toadstools out of bunnies...love it.

Everything about this was wonderful; title, photo, poem. Just an all around package of delight.

Bill said...

Lovely

Phoenix C. said...

Brilliant!

Happy New Year, Crafty Green Poet!

gabriellebryden said...

Haha - wonderful!

Oh said...

excellent combo of his photo and your haiku. Hope another book, chapbook or otherwise, is in process!

Michelle May said...

Amazing the beauty that can come from bunnies. ;)
xx, shell

urbandon (Don Pezzano) said...

What a beautiful colour!

Marvin said...

An attractive little fungi, regardless of its location.