Sunday, September 9, 2012

Past and Present

Look what's growing in the walnut pile. Actually it's not a pile anymore.

Here's what it looked like nearly a year ago when all the walnuts had been harvested. If I recall the pile was almost 5 feet tall and 16 feet across.

Here's the same view now. During the heat wave this is where Elizabeth Adams Marks laid out her shawl for rusting. After the plastic sheet was spread on top we used walnuts to weigh down the rust objects underneath.

Actually there were many more mushrooms a couple days ago, but when I took the camera out yesterday, I found many of them shriveled and beaten down by the heavy rain that came in the night.


  1. Wow, Pat, you like to do everything in a big way, don't you! lol

  2. Love the photos-of the "pile' and of the mushrooms; I followed some of Elizabeth Adams Marks work with you a bit..will go check it out some more; I look forward to seeing what comes out of the walnut pile and mushrooms next..even if the rain has demolished some it..I bet you will make some creative discoveries to share !!

  3. l rmember that image from last year. Those mushrooms are so beautiful. I am using this image to draw fthem rom....hope you don't mindxx


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