City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Thursday, February 08, 2007

Well spotted, indeed

The other day while we were taking a walk in the city centre my Mum spotted these mushrooms so I took a photo of them, considering it’s winter we found it very strange.


Blogger isabella said...

There's a bite missing out of one of them and I don't see any corpses around ;-). Do you think they are edible?

08 February, 2007 01:09  
Blogger tut-tut said...

Your photo shows that something can grow anywhere, even seemingly out of a rock wall!

08 February, 2007 01:22  
Blogger Owen said...

A nice contrast of colour and texture.

08 February, 2007 01:28  
Anonymous santy said...

those mushroom look cute! oh, and love your ice skating picture as well :)

08 February, 2007 02:14  
Blogger Olivier said...

tres belle photo et superbe contrasme entre les champignons et la roche. il faut etre alpiniste pour aller à la chasse aux champignons ?

very beautiful photograph and superb contrasme between mushrooms and the rock. it is necessary to be mountaineer to go to hunting to mushrooms?

08 February, 2007 05:47  
Blogger Zsolt72 said...

I dont like mushroom as food but I like this as photo:) Especially because of its nice warm colors

08 February, 2007 07:36  
Blogger photowannabe said...

Nice contrast between the rough rock and the smooth mushrooms and I think the bite out of the one is quite interesting.

08 February, 2007 08:43  
Blogger Jenny said...

Beautiful color - hope you didn't take that bite or we might never get another Tuzla photo!

08 February, 2007 15:47  
Anonymous denton said...

Great that you go on photo hunts with your mother. I wish I had that opportunity ... Thank you to your mother for spotting these and thank you for sharing the photo.

08 February, 2007 18:21  
Anonymous Lessie said...

Really cool. Love the color.

08 February, 2007 23:10  
Blogger Oya said...

Very nice conrast. It gives hope...
Thank you for the welcome message on my blog. I am very happy to be a part of the DP family.

09 February, 2007 14:19  
Blogger Pod said...

what a great shot. love the contrast in colour between the shrooms and the rock ;0)

10 February, 2007 00:36  
Blogger Jazzy said...

would you be dissapointed if i tell you it's not a stone but a tree ;)

10 February, 2007 15:22  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

nice mushrooms. not edible i suppose...

10 February, 2007 16:36  
Blogger Kala said...

that is kewl find - i wonder if its edible

10 February, 2007 21:39  
Blogger Ben said...

Indeed, well spotted.
Nice texture.

11 February, 2007 21:07  

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