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geopsych · a day ago
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Some bird song in the woods this morning. I hope it calms your day.
I hope to get back out to the countryside on Sunday but luckily I have these places closer to home.
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octaviaitjgushy · a day ago
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maureen2musings · a month ago
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Enchanted forest
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jevajeva · 3 months ago
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Porcupine, digital illustration
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babyfoxcollectionthings · 4 months ago
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designs-by-sloan · 3 months ago
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Sweets from a whimsical woodland  🍓🌿🍄🌸
Here’s the full set finally!! I've drawn strawberry-themed artworks a few times now, and though I'll be switching back to anime art for a while, I think I'll be drawing galaxy-themed dessert art next! Any suggestions on fruit/flavours that would match, or that you'd like to see in general?
Artwork © 2022 Sloan Don’t use or repost my art without permission. Check my carrd for links, my redbubble shop, and commission info/rates!
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cottageapple · a month ago
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magical walks together are my fave 🤍🌿
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rowegreentree · 10 months ago
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silvaris · a month ago
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mossy woods, photo by Morven McCulloch
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madmushlove · 6 months ago
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Black jelly drops Bulgaria inquinans
Why are these iridescent sapphire cup fungi called black jelly drops?
The fruiting bodies of fungi can change as they mature.
They’re hardly noticeable when tiny and just peaking out from cracks in dead wood.
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They’ll open into cups.
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And can be quite pretty.  Just look at that color!
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They’ll soon flatten into disks
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then darken to appear more like suction cups on tentacles than shining gems.
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Their scaly, tan exteriors turn black and wrinkle into cones.  Like little witch’s cauldrons.
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At last, they look like woodland licorice jelly drops.  What a transformation!
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geopsych · 5 months ago
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One day at the end of May sunlight burst through the mist in the little woods near my house as a thrush was singing.
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curiousfancy · 2 months ago
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“Can we only imagine fat bodies or brown bodies in the restrictive niches we force them into? Does our only worth lie in making statements of ‘bravery’ or ‘confidence’ with our socially unacceptable bodies? Can we not be fully realised people beyond that?”
I wrote a long essay about the whiteness of cottagecore and why there’s so little diversity in it. Read the full piece on my blog!
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maureen2musings · a month ago
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...under the Elder trees
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babyfoxcollectionthings · a year ago
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alexey-argentum · 6 months ago
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winslowat3am · 7 months ago
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cottageapple · 3 months ago
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Magic exists everywhere, you just have to believe it. 🍃
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kiteknots · 7 months ago
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Secret places // Rouken Glen
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silvaris · 3 months ago
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The Lovely Shimna by Jams O'Donnell
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madmushlove · 4 months ago
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Phlebia tremullosa
I’m a fungi amateur.  No doubt about it.  Mostly, I just walk around and take pictures.
I love all fungi!  But over time, I’ve developed a few favorites.  The genus Phlebia never fails to amaze me.
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Phlebia tremullosa is one of the beautiful species this mesmerizing bunch offers.  It isn’t hard to see where it gets its species name, as its fertile surface wrinkles and forks in trembling patterns.
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Its growth habit is called effused-reflexed.  This just means that it spreads out like a crust while shelfing out at the tops.
They usually display that telltale Phlebia sunburst pink to mauve coloring, which is part of what makes them so appealing to me.
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Their caps are typically lighter and often a bit wooly.  
They range from fairly uninspiring...
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...to intricate and bizarre.
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They are saprobic, meaning the fungi use dead wood as a food source.
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I mostly find P. tremullosa on deciduous wood in late fall through early winter.
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They’re in that blurry realm where shelved, porous fungi meet spreading crusts.  
Their signature “trembling” ridges and radiating wrinkles are kind of weird, so they’re obviously lovely to me
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