Monday, 25 October 2010

Morran is relieved





Morrans surgery is postponed until november. So let's take a walk instead :)

I like Katy's jewellery a lot (I have a pair of earrings and a necklace that I use often. I wouldn't mind expanding my collection)

18 comments:

emma lewis said...

i love love love those small orange button mushrooms in the middle picture. happy monday camilla :-)

Luise said...

oh, i was starting to worry about morran, glad to hear she's ok.

how do you call the mushroom in the last picture in swedish?
in german it's "Krause Glucke" (love that name) and i think it's soo delicious!

Camilla Engman said...

Happy monday Emma!

Luise, I've never seen that kind of mushroom before so I can't say what we call it, I hope Krause Glucke (but in swedish :) So you can eat it!? It sure doesn't look good...

sylvï said...

those bubbly pinkish things are traditionally called wolf's milk in finnish. i think they are beautiful, too. that big sponge-like mushroom may or may not be edible, one variety is very delicious but some may turn your stomach, so it's better not to try them based only on online recommendations. they usually appear in the same place year after year, so ask someone who knows their fungi and you may well have delicious meals from them in the future.

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Nana said...

It is called blomkålssvamp and yes you can it eat. You should have picked it!
/Nana

Tuin 21 said...

Great photo's of you're walk, i've seen the same mushrooms last week! (check my blog). Love the woods...

anna said...

I'm glad there won't be surgery for a bit. And the fact that it's postponed must mean that it isn't too, too urgent, which is a good sign!

blue china studio said...

Oh a walk is so much better than surgery!

Those mushrooms are amazing.

sylvï said...

i removed an earlier mushroom comment because i seem to have been wrong. we don't get too many cauliflower mushrooms in finland, so i assumed it was another species.

still, better to be too careful than sorry when picking mushrooms for eating.

and i don't want to discourage anyone from doing so, just don't go guessing. it's easy to assume and make mistakes, like i just proved today. :)

kavka said...

I had very, very bad day and had to visit your blog to change it! Thank you! I hope Morran feels good and everything will be fine.
Some days ago I got book of you The Suitcase Series – I'm completly overwhelmed by its beauty! It's great to have posssiblity to see all this amazing things made by you and read about you in one small book. Greetings from kavkadesign :-)

la casita said...

Your woods are so enchanting, those mushrooms look unreal.
I believe that mushrooms are weird things. They pop up overnight and it amaze me that some are really bad and other so good but all usually good looking.
About Morran, I keep sending her positive thoughts, poor little doggy!
x

Charlyn W said...

So many lovely places to go and to enjoy each others company. :)

Kisses to Morran. :*

helicopter6 said...

You're so very fortunate to have such wonderful funghi so close to home! I just have toadstools :-( Still kinda lovely in a suburban way(!) I also love the jewellery - thanks so much for the reference.

Kristen Donegan said...

I'll take the walk any day over surgery! :)

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Love Puk

wide-eyed said...

beautiful mushrooms!

Anunnaki said...

Vilka fina bilder på trädsvamparna.