Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Fall Fungi

A while back, I told hubby that I was doing another post on the interesting fungi I found in the back yard, and he said "Oh really, is that a bunch of fun guys having a party?"

So without further ado, here are the 'fun guys' I found hanging around my back yard.






I scanned hundreds of photos in an attempt to ID these fungal visitors.  Alas, I was unable to determine what they are.   So who's having a party in your yard this Fall?


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8 comments:

  1. The first picture looks like a turkey hiding but showing his back feathers...it's perfect timing for Thanksgiving. And if I was a turkey, I might be hiding, as well.

    These were pretty amazing if I do say so! Like the new "click" box, but you know me....I always have something to say:~)

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    1. Sara, I'm glad you always have something to say, and you're right about the turkey. I'd say he'd better hightail it out of there before T-Day.

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  2. I LOVE THESE!!! I see so much beauty in things like this! That first one is a crazy cool "fun guy!"

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    1. Katherine, I love seeing all the beauty in nature too, even the weird stuff.

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  3. I love the new look, Linda. :) And I thought I was the only one who shot photos of fungi. We had some that looked like daisies. Very strange and very cool. I have some old logs in the back and I love watching it evolve. So much beauty in the strange. :)

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    1. Kim, thank you! Glad you like it. I went through a lot of different templates before I found one that worked for me. I do like finding the interesting in the strange. I learned that from all the great photographers online, including you. I have several more fungi posts, one even looked like a tomato.

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  4. Hi Linda .. ;the grapes I'd like to eat! But having said that .. I'll keep the fungi for watching only ... they are amazing ... I love looking at the ones that grow wherever and wherever ... lovely shots .. and fun guys - yeah - way to have a party!! Cheers Hilary

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  5. Hilary, glad you like the grapes, and the fungi, for different reasons, of course. I have seen more interesting fungi, mushrooms, etc. the past few years, and of course I have to post on them.

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