Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Photo trick and a Mushroom



Hi Friends,

I decided to try the famous ' fresco' setting on Photobucket. Thank you Picket for sharing the 'how to' on this, you explained it great and I am now addicted...lol. :)

We had an afternoon rainshower and I love how this picture turned out....




Next, I took a picture of our breakfast room hutch. Those of you who know me from RMS might remember this, I think I've I painted it about 5 times since Christmas and finally got it right...but now I love it more. :)



After the rain we walked outside to see the sunset...isn't it beautiful?


Then my husband saw this....


I think the little mushrooms are cute! I just hope they aren't harmful to animals... I'm not sure why I've had so many of these this year. Fertilizer, maybe?

I hope everyone is having a wonderful week!

Hugs, J.

7 comments:

Tootsie said...

an old gardener guy once told me that if you dig about a foot or more down under a mushroom patch or an area that always gets mushrooms...you will almost always find some sort of wood...wether it be an old tree branch or a two by four! I have never tested this...but I beleived him...he seemed to know everything!

beddow said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely photos! I have always heard mushrooms come from decaying wood too.
Have a great day!

Betty

Mary / Mariah said...

Love your pictures and your blog is fun . We had sun shine all day . I'd love to have some of that rain , we need it . Mary

Somewhere In Time- Christie (yardsalequeen) said...

Hey Jessica, I just love the pictures, that's so neat.... I love the sunset too, thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend!

xoxo,
Queenie!

Somewhere In Time- Christie (yardsalequeen) said...

Hey Jessica!
Thanks for stopping by... Oh, yes, I loved Cold Mountain too! Oh, how could I forget that one...I'm adding that one to my favorites too. Thanks for reminding me. LOL! Have a great night!

xoxo,
Queenie!

Mary / Mariah said...

Thanks so much , that is real sweet of you .
I tried that fresco thing after I read your Blog . I wondered how it was done but didn't know what it was called . I did it on some flowers . looks pretty good . Glad you told us about it . I saw it before but never knew how . Being that you named it and said it was in photobucket I went and checked it out . See now your helping others . Thanks friend .
Mary

Rue said...

Hi J :)

The pictures turned out beautiful! That first one is a real stunner :)

Hugs,
rue