Tree Tuesday – Tree Disc, Fungus and Barnacles
Towards the middle of the holiday season, somebody threw their disc up into the cedar trees. (Wasn’t me.) One of my son’s friends chimneyed up between the trunks to get the little orange colored disc you can barely see up in the treetops. It was really nice to get it back.
A little rock decoration that someone left in an old stump in the park. These remind me of dinosaur eggs for some reason.
If fungus starts growing on a life form, that is usually not a really good sign. In this case I believe the tree has given up the ghost. ☠️
Here’s a nice ‘selfie’ view from below. The cellphone was giving me a bit of trouble and kept hunting around for a face – any face. I managed to keep hidden from its view and it finally decided to focus on the mushroom for lack of any better target. (It felt kind of good to outsmart the smart-phone, lol)
Here’s one more photo by the ocean for good measure. (Not really a tree per say, but some parts of docks are made of trees and the barnacles seem to like the wood)
Thanks for reading! I always value your support and comments. The pictures were taken by me with my Galaxy S9+. Text and graphics copyright 1/08/2019 lightsplasher & litesplasher.