This is the time of year I notice there are a lot of mushrooms. The interesting thing is that what we think of as mushrooms, only last for a day or two. The mushroom above ground is the “fruit” phase in the life of the mushroom. Most of the time the mushroom lives underground, and comes above ground only to repopulate and provide an umbrella for magical woodland creatures.
This year I decided to photograph some of the mushrooms, all of which I assume are very dangerous to eat. There is a local club that not only picks mushrooms, but also has a dinner where everyone makes a dish with their harvest. I’m just going to stick to photography for now.
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