Monday, October 22, 2012

october garden









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  1. Oh, so very pretty is your October garden,
    dearest Renilde!
    And those rote Fliegenpilze... Fly Agaric... I was looking for them here, didn't found.
    The roses... ah wonderful!

    Love
    Ariane.

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    1. the roses were photographed with you in mind Ariane, x

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  2. you have "fliegenpilze" in your garden? great! yesterday I was so happy to find some examples for taking photos.
    your garden is so beautiful! :-) mano

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    1. yes Mano, they are there under the birches, last year they didn't show up but they turned up this autumn, x

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  3. Oh, how lucky you are to have such a nice garden. With fluesopp, that is the same word as Fligenpilze in german. What do you call them?

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    1. in flemish we say 'vliegenzwam' Lise, x

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  4. beautiful pics!!!!!!!!!!
    these mushrooms, like the ones you show, grow here in the pine forests, and are extremely poisonous!!!!!!!!!

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    1. yes Roberto, i know, it is said they were used by 'witches' to make a skincream that 'made them able to fly' x

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    2. there are other mushrooms that make people fly (but other flight) ha ha! :)))

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  5. Great photos and I love "fliegenpilze" - funny thing, I did also pics with this perspective of mushrooms - I guess I show them tomorrow.
    Have a nice week!
    Barbara
    P.S. the water of the baltic sea was of course much to cold for a swim, these little girls where crazy.

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  6. what a beautiful autumn garden you have ... and I like the tip about the "fluesvamp" skincream ;)

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  7. Sweet autumn garden. Isn't autumn light the very best ever?

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  8. It looks so beautiful! I love the fact that there is still flowers around : )

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  9. Autumn in its best dress!!
    Lovely garden, dear Renilde!!

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  10. I think Im in love with your garden it just looks such a special place. Do you do all the gardening on it yourself Renilde?

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  11. toadstool time! what? in your garden?
    i found an old, old cookery book in the thrift just yesterday. in it, cautious remarks on how poisonous mushrooms can be. quite unnerving.
    this a killer? ;)))
    n♥

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