a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Foliage Fossil and Fruit

Four leaf clover
fossil rock
Indian turnip
fruits after foliage dries.

16 comments:

Roy's Farm said...

Very beautiful fruits!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

A four leaf clover - lucky you!
Is Indian turnip edible? Or just for looks?

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful finds...every one.

Sandra said...

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

LindaG said...

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!

Ginny Hartzler said...

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.

Josie Two Shoes said...

Wonderful finds! That fossil rock is amazing!!

Truedessa said...

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!

Arkansas Patti said...

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.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

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.

Lowcarb team member said...

Very good finds, especially the four leaf clover, I haven't seen one for a good many years.

All the best Jan

Karen S. said...

Great captures but your second photo is very interesting and cool!

The Furry Gnome said...

Hey, neat 4 leafed-clover, and a neat fossil! We call the Indian Turnip a Jack-in-the-pulpit.

Lynne said...

Nice foursome and
a bunch of luck I am sure!

Buttons Thoughts said...

LOVE LOVE your fossil rock. Four leaf clovers that is always a good thing. Hug B

gld said...

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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