I don't know what this is, but it looked really cool! Also the light shining through was pure luck!
A faerie mushroom!
A little bit o' luck creeping up in my flowers.
My favorite photo of the day.
Also some of you have seen Kiera's tomato plant she brought home from school in June. If not, here's the over grown wild thing.
As you can see by the illustrations, the plant has well outgrown a large tomato rack. What to do? What to do? Thanks to the Sailor all is well now!
As you can see we resorted to attaching fencing to the shed and wrapping the whole plant in order to support the whole thing. The tomatoes are too large to pick through the holes, but no worries it detaches easily for harvesting.
And thanks to my friend Jay in France I am currently caterpillar free!! He provided information on how to prevent tomato worms and other caterpillars & insects from ruining my plants & vegetables. I found this ugly, not to mention HUGE, guy and two more the next day feasting away on my plant!!.
The Sailor disposed of them and I used my new knowledge of organic gardening to keep anymore from showing up and to kill any eggs left behind. FYI search "Neem Oil" to learn about organic pesticides safe for fruits & vegetables.
It was a beautiful morning!
**NOTE: I didn't use any special visual effects on the photos outside of adding a white boarder and my name tag.