white rabbit to you too though it is now evening on this side of the world. Mushrooms can be lovely though also deadly if you eat the wrong ones!
Hi Anna, thanks, I don't know a thing about wild mushrooms so I just admire with my camera and paint brush. Ha.
Hares and Rabbits and White Rabbits too!Cool mushrooms!
Hi Suzi, thanks, a little cooler weather and the mushrooms start showing up.
mushrooms can be so amazing to look at, great photos.
Hi Michele, thanks, I like to get out there right away because they disappear so quickly.
I took the Penland tour of mushrooms the first year I was there. The variety was amazing. You’d have loved it.
Hi Lori, thanks, I remember you saying that they were great up there at Penland.
Great photos of such lovely little beauties! I was 30 before I could enjoy store bought ones, and doubt I'll ever eat one that's wild. Rabbit rabbit to you too.
Hi Barb, thanks, you just didn't like them till you were 30 ? I'll never eat one that's wild either unless they're morels or chantrelles and someone who is an expert attests to them.
White rabbit to you, too. Hard to believe we're four months from the end of the year.
Hi Joanne, thanks, please don't remind me, time is going way too fast.
Wonderful photos~~~wild mushrooms are a big business here in Oregon. With COPD I can no longer eat mushrooms, guess because it is a fungus, loved them raw~~~oh well as we get older we must give things up seems our bodies let us know
Hi Carroll, thanks, yes I know what you mean about giving things up.
Beautiful things. Hooray for Nature. And, as usual, I forgot about the white rabbits yesterday.
Hi Sue, thanks, I almost forgot myself, keep trying. Ha. So glad I took photos the first day the red color has all faded to a pale beige.
Generally, I walk over a mushroom without thought or give them a kick. Brown morel mushrooms are like hidden treasures, from my childhood memories.Such lovely photos!
Hi Susan, thanks, oh I do love the look of the mushrooms they are hidden gems and as you say morels hidden treasures. I have only seen one in the wild and I left it there to reproduce.
Did you know I wrote a book called Wild in the Kitchen? I only deal with very few mushrooms...the ones I can positively identify. The others, like you, inspire my art!
Hi Ronna, thanks, yes I recall that you wrote that book; this morning I have had another kind of wild in the kitchen, oh my.
I see that from your post...that crazy cat and the bunny! Oh my!
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