Nice Shooms. Are any of them etable. I am back for now, off my long break and looking forward to catching up on all. Hi to ya'll and hugz to M
Looks like you too are in "shoom" time . . . We have had pure white ones of all shapes and sizes!
AWESOME Shrooms... love all the details. that camera shows every single teeny tiny detail.. macro is my favorite of all photography
Great shots. The green ones are freaky.
They are so lovely and detailed, and such variety. I have never seen green ones; they look like shells. I wonder if the green is caused by some algae.
How cool! Mushrooms fascinate me, so many variations! Do you have any edible ones growing there?
I love fungi , Great shots . Thanks for sharing , Have a good weekend !
A few of those I have seen around here; but never saw green ones before.Thank you, Gail. I hope you all have a blessed day!
When I was mowing yesterday, I saw what I thought was a good sized rock mounding in the grass like they do after a rain. When I tried to dig the rock out, it turned out to be a mushroom of sorts. Never saw one buried before. Was I seeing a truffle?
Do you know what the last one is? It looks a lot like amanita phalloides. That one was a big news story here, as a 2 year old boy died from eating one.
I've not seen a single one this year - They are beautiful in their own way, aren't they?
You have a wide variety. I have never seen green ones before.
... plenty of 'shrooms.What about those green ones - they are different!All the best Jan
Cool, and number two photo wins hands down again!
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