A Daily Walk’s an Adventure in Serendipity

North Yorkshire, Walking, Wildlife

Lockdown in 2020 taught us to value the tiny slivers of the unexpected in our necessarily limited ‘Daily Exercise’. Here’s yesterday’s unexpected: a cluster of tiny mushrooms in autumn-leaf red, cheerfully growing in the middle of the village cricket pitch. I don’t know what they are. Do you?

They’re multi-tasking mushrooms, because they’re here for Becky’s Walking Squares, as well as for Brian’s Last on the Card for October. Brian insists that we don’t edit our photos, but if I need a square photo, I’ll just have to make a subtle clip, top and bottom. I might get away with it.

24 thoughts on “A Daily Walk’s an Adventure in Serendipity

  1. Yes Margaret, forgiven as it is for a good cause…..squares is back!!!! They are fabulous fungi. I agree with Jude, Red Caps possibly. Thanks for joining in 🙂 🙂

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  2. You have the best way of bringing a community together with photography, Margaret. I especially appreciated your first line: “Lockdown in 2020 taught us to value the tiny slivers of the unexpected in our necessarily limited “Daily Exercise.” We did learn a great deal during these past years. I am grateful for our connection.

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  3. ‘Lockdown’ it feels like two years went missing one way or another. No idea about the mushrooms, but agree with you about not eating them – red fungi, definitely suspect.

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