Very beautiful fruits!
A four leaf clover - lucky you!Is Indian turnip edible? Or just for looks?
beautiful finds...every one.
love the RED and love that fossil swirly thingy... glad you found a good luck charm and hope it kicks in right now... never heard of indian turnips but I do love regular turnips both the greens and the root
Every once in a while, we get those if we leave the grass grow. I always wondered what they were.You are very lucky, indeed, to have found the clover, Gail.I hope you all have a blessed day!
So much unique and wonderful here today! Indian Turnip, I have never heard of it! The fossil is wonderful, ad looks to be complete! I collect rocks and fossils. They are living history. Well, O.K. dead history. Ah, four leaf clovers! Brings to mind how I would sit on the grass with my grandmother and we would spend sunny days hunting for them. I wish I could do this with my grandchildren now, but I cannot get down on the floor or ground anymore.
Wonderful finds! That fossil rock is amazing!!
A four leaf clover is always fun to find. I hope it will bring a bit of luck. I remember as a child at my grandmother's house looking through clover to find that special one!
Lucky you on the 4 leafed clover. I have half halfheartedly looked for one for 70 years and nada. As for the Indian Turnip, those berries are really pretty but I just Googled it and think I will pass on looking for a turnip to eat.
You always share real and interesting beauty. Thank you. I enjoy your posts.We are still looking UP North. We know what we need and feel sure it is There.
Very good finds, especially the four leaf clover, I haven't seen one for a good many years.All the best Jan
Great captures but your second photo is very interesting and cool!
Hey, neat 4 leafed-clover, and a neat fossil! We call the Indian Turnip a Jack-in-the-pulpit.
Nice foursome and a bunch of luck I am sure!
LOVE LOVE your fossil rock. Four leaf clovers that is always a good thing. Hug B
These finds are your reward for still being on your feet walking the grounds...I still worry about the footwear though.
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