Tuesday, October 14, 2014

ABC Wednesday - N

Take a moment to 
N . . . Notice!

 Can you guess what happened below?

 Someone found this sweet toad in the woods!
 Do you see the paper wasp nest?
 Below:  Giant Puffball fungus

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Anonymous said...

What a wonderful series of photos that caused me to notice some ingesting things. Great textures.

Trubes said...

Lovely pictures of Mr Toad or is he a frog? I don't think I would be brave enough to hold it though!
Pretty fungi too....Not sure which are mushrooms or toadstools?
Thank you for sharing you garden pictures with us.

Best wishes,
Abcw team .

Powell River Books said...

We've been battling wasps that have taken up residence under the back corner of our cabin. We destroyed an exposed nest and a hidden nest under the roof earlier, but they are pretty active this year. We are hoping they will die off before we return from a fall trip. I got stung once this year and boy does it hurt! - Margy

Roger Owen Green said...

Jeremiah, perhaps?

SamuraiFrog said...

This post reminds me so much of playing in the forest when I was a kid -- a forest that, sadly, is no longer there. I used to see so many of the same plants. Thank you for the beautiful and memory-evoking pictures!

Shady Gardener said...

Carolyn, Thank you for your visit. I truly enjoyed my visit to your site as well. :-)

Shady Gardener said...

Di, there was a toad And a frog. The toad was held by my granddaughter! He was an especially mellow fellow! ;-)

Shady Gardener said...

Margy, I'm sorry to hear about your terrible experiences with wasps! No one needs that!
Thanks for your visit!

Shady Gardener said...

Oh, yeah! "Roger" on that one! Ha.

Shady Gardener said...

Sorry to hear how things have changed, but I am glad to have reminded you of pleasant times, Samaurai.

Rose said...

Lovely images, Shady, of all the interesting things around us if we only take time to stop and notice.