Last of the Mushrooms

This is the last of the mushrooms I will share as I suspect some of you may be getting bored with mushrooms. I have more pictures, but I suspect these will do for now.

Another Black Variety

Another Black Variety


Mushroom and Rock

Mushroom and Rock


Buddies

Buddies


Someone's Food

Someone’s Food


Brown

Brown

Yet More Mushrooms

Purple

Purple


Orange

Orange


Red

Red


Red with Fern Shadows

Red with Fern Shadows


Taller

Taller

‘Shrooms

Over the weekend Jo and I had the privilege of taking two of our grandkids to Grand Camp (for grandparents and their grandchildren). The camp was the YMCA camp on Mystic Lake near Lake, Michigan. The event was promoted (and sponsored, I think) by AARP. We had a fantastic time and came home exhausted. The camp had a lot of activities and a very beautiful setting. The area’s ecosystem must be perfect for mushrooms because I saw more varieties of wild mushrooms than I knew existed. For me mushrooms have a sensuous beauty that I hope you can sense in the pictures I will share over the next few days. As always I welcome your thoughts and comments . . . especially if you can identity any of the mushrooms.red and yellow3
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mushroom and stick
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Fungus Among Us

Mushrooms grow well in the damp and dark forests of Georgia. My grandfather was a mushroom expert. He knew which to eat and which could make you very sick (or worse). These caught my eye and the attention of my lens. Mushroom experts, feel free to chime in and identify.

Rainbow on a Fallen Tree

Rainbow on a Fallen Tree

Trumpet Mushroom?

Trumpet Mushroom?

Off the Ground

Off the Ground

Fairy Umbrella

Fairy Umbrella

From Above

From Above

Colony Taking Over the World

Colony Taking Over the World

As always, I love to hear your thoughts.

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