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Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O (on mushrooms)
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Thank you kindly, my friend! I’m glad you enjoyed my photos 🙂 Mushroom hunting has ensued after the rains this week. Found a wide diversity yesterday…a few edibles like chanterelles (whites & rainbows), but mostly non-edibles like those seen in the photos. Always fun photographing water droplets and standing pools, especially on plant life! Have a wonderful day 🙂
Great images Tyler.
Thank you kindly, my friend! Have a wonderful week, Andrea 🙂
Great photos. I have always been fascinated by mushrooms and toadstools, there’s something magical about them. And edible mushrooms are so tasty!
Thank you kindly, my friend! I love mushrooms too! These two in the photos are not edible, but we did find some chanterelles that were quite tasty in a quiche. Have a wonderful week, Annabelle!
Thank you kindly, my friend! I enjoyed the alliteration 🙂 Good one! Have a wonderful week, Sarah!
We’re having a fungi shortage here after a very dry September!! I need my fungi fix 😉 Sorry, can’t resist wordplay puns! If you manage to find any shrooms in the cold weather you get fabulous frosted fungi 😀
Lovely photos and words! Thanks for stopping by my blog – I look forward to reading yours!
Thank you kindly, my friend! It’s my pleasure 🙂 I look forward to reading yours as well! Have a wonderful week ahead, Sandra 🙂
Wow. Cool-looking mushrooms. I’ve not seen those kinds before. Can you see the face in the one on the right? 🙂 And thank you for dropping by my Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge.
Thank you kindly, my friend! You are most welcome…my pleasure 🙂 Yes, I see the face…good eye! Have a wonderful week and keep up the great work on your blog!
Thank you kindly, my friend! I’m glad you enjoyed my photos 🙂 Have a wonderful week!