This morning while walking my dogs I spotted a nice plump meadow mushroom at the edge of the woods. I picked it not knowing what I was going to do until I passed a marsh where wild flowers grow and spotted some Jewelweed. The yellow-orange cornucopia shaped flowers pop out against the greenery even though they are an inch long at best. As with many wildflowers, even flowering weeds, if looked at closely, the flowers are intricate specimens of beauty. Ideas started to flow as I spied a rose shrub and picked the base of a spent roses. Fruit the size of berries from a Bradford Pear Tree provided the perfect compliment!