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Saturday, October 9, 2010

scenic sunday: Wild mushroom




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These little mushroom were found in a bush at Mount Tamborine in the north of the Gold Coast,in Australia. If you look directly down, you will have no idea what they are until you stoop down to the ground. Then you see they are mushrooms.

Here you are, http://rainfield61.blogspot.com/2010/10/gangsters-in-forest.html

14 comments:

Alissa said...

what a fascinating shot, thanks for sharing :)
From Alissa@Craftalicious-Caper

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Thanks for sharing, Ann... I haven't seen that many mushrooms in one place ever I don't think... Wow!!

Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Ginny said...

This other blog truly has amazing photos on it. Well, I see you were in a restricted area snapping mushrooms! What is so dangerous about them, are they the poisonous toadstools? It looks like one slip and you could get hurt in there!

George said...

You got some wonderful pictures of these mushrooms.

I hope you're having a wonderful weekend.

Genie said...

Ann....This shot is absolutely amazing. I have never seen anything like it in my 72 years...and we are always hiking about in the woods. I was out today, and Bud and I are both going all day tomorrow. Your mushrooms are out of this world. I think the ones people in our part of VA search for are Morels. Thanks for your comment about out bridge. A fellow from New Jersey built it for us and it has held up longer than we expected. In the winter, though, it is something else.

J Bar said...

Interesting.

rainfield61 said...

I thought I can change a little bit.

The mushrooms simply flooded my sight the moment I reached Cerok Tokun.

So it was another day with my mushroom friends again.

Happy Mushroom Day.

Elisa said...

Thanks for passing by my blog Ann while I´m travelling. Your are so kind :)
Elisa from Rome

Mumsy said...

Wow..these little wild mushrooms are just fascinating to see!

Self Sagacity said...

A lot of mushrooms. They seemed to find a happy home.

Caroline said...

Amazing what one sees...

Al said...

Very interesting, I've never seen mushrooms like that. Mushrooms aren't too common where I live, as it's too dry. But I do see them on occasion.

betchai said...

a huge congregation of mushrooms, lovely sight. edible or not, they make me hungry :)

Eden said...

Lovely photos of the mushrooms. Just this morning I noticed mushrooms at the backyard.

Thanks for the visit