Mushroom Visitors


Razor-toothed and gossipy, these ladies burst forth in a time of drought to complain about the heat.


Iridescent strands of mycelium showing; tenuous anchors entwined with maple flesh.


Shy visitors, shedding spores and fruiting.

12 comments:

  1. Such great photos. For something that is a fungus, they are really quite pretty!

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  2. They look like a little family, dad, mom and jr.
    Are you going to turn them into something delicious?

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  3. do you know what kind & are you able to eat them? we have a mushroom that grows on a tree in our area called "tree jacks" some people eat them, although i have never~ you really captured them well~

    have a great week!

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    1. I have a guess as to what they are, but I'm not confident enough in my mycology skills to actually eat them. Someday!

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  4. absolutely gorgeous! we had bright orange mushrooms suddenly appear and disappear again just a few years ago.
    your mushrooms remind me of weddings... is that weird?

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  5. Great shots! When we had the cabin in the woods in western PA there were mushrooms galore. I would not know which ones I could eat. So I just admire :)

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  6. I always find mushrooms and fungi amazing and mysterious. I remember a tree near where we used to live had these absolutely huge mushrooms growing from it - similar to these yet slightly different colors.

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  7. Fungi are so alien and so beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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