Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Rain, places to eat if you're starving, wrong way on the interstate, and other inconsequential stuff.


Here are a few photos that I've taken the past few days. The first one below is on I-24 going toward Chattanooga, Tennessee. It shows that pictures can be deceptive. The truck is being towed by another truck, but it appears to be a single truck coming toward us.


This photo and the next one are the big hollow in the wilderness behind the house. The leaves have changed a little since the last photo.

I don't know what these are called, but the pop up over night like mushrooms do.

Another plant growing on the forest floor. They were vivid pink. The black is a sign that they are dying.

I'm still finding a few mushrooms.

Another  shot of the same mushroom.

Hmmm. Wonder how this got out in the wilderness. I guess if you follow the direction of the arrow you'll find an office eventually.

I must have been hungry when I took these three.

I took the two below today.  It's been drizzling all day and water is clinging to everything.

That's all the pictures for now. I'm working on an art piece that will  probably be called.
"The Amazing Electric Cow and the Man Whose Feet Were Set In Cement."
There's a story behind it.