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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

With Wet Weather...


... comes mushrooms! And as you know if you read this blog, I am always on the lookout for a good mushroom find. This is a great one. Last year my Mom came across one of these Amanita mushrooms while out on a walk. I was not with her though, and missed out on the photograph opportunity. Coincidentally enough, this year, a huge patch of them grew right in her neighbors front yard! I could not resist getting out there in between rain showers to snap a few photos of the bright red toadstools-to-be. A great find!



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12 comments:

  1. Nice pic´s but aren´t they very dangerous????
    We have got a lot of snow today :-)
    Have a nice day!
    Lotta

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  2. Wow! These are amazing ~ they are real and so colorful for mushrooms ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  3. Great shot! We call them Red Fly mushrooms. They look nice although they are a little poisonous.

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  4. looks pretty but not good to eat...such a fun posting...love all the wonderful pictures people are sharing this week. cheers

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  5. What an unusual mushroom. It almost doesn't look real!

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  6. I love these little red mushrooms. Nice pics!

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  7. I thought they were ceramic yard ornaments at first! ;)

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  8. I love the Aminita muscaia. My favorite fungi.

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  9. Very cool! Love all the detail you captured! :)

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  10. The colours are so vivid they do not look real. I have never seen a mushroom like this before. Red for danger!

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  11. I have yet to see one of these in the wild. My childhood story book had illustrations of wee fairies around them, so they still seem magical to me. Lovely, lovely.
    -Kim

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