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Vilken fin hatt den har!What a beautiful hat it has!
And so started a modern fairy tale.
Nice! I like photographing vegetables. They usually stay in place meanwhile.
A perfect composition and a strange mushroom. The colors are awesome.
teehee! it looks like someone's wearing a hat in the middle of a field. like a miniature version. ^0^ cute catch btw. but that mushroom is poisonous is it? ^-^
Beautifully composed shot! We are having the first rains (and they are heavy - lousy weather in October!) and I found the fisrt mushroom cluster yesterday.
Do you like mushrooms?Lena Johansson: Fast rätt oansenlig tills jag kröp närmare.cieldequimper: ...and so they lived happily ever after, mushrooms and all.Svenske Floyd: I *so* agree with you. Mobile objects are a nuisance.VP: 'tis a bit strange, isn't it?arabesque: A mini hat. Don't take my word for it but I'd guess it's not terribly poisonous. Does Lena know? JM: And there you go. Entire clusters of hats in the vicinity, marking the season, whether we like it or not.Hats off for readers everywhere!
Shroooms! Me likey!!
What a shot...reminds me of a Mexican immigrant working in Florida's fields.Re your question on Ocala: Nope, never met Dr. Fang...but I first saw that sign almost 6 years ago when we moved to Ocala and have wanted to take a picture of it ever since...finally got the change.
As to whether this one would be edible or not, the jury is still out. Not a clue and I wouldn't try my luck.Halcyon: As a kid, I was afraid of shrooms. Somewhat hard in retrospect to grasp what would be intimidating about these quiet fellows but I never really trusted them, lurking under trees and in shadowy places! :)Jacob: Now that's an interesting globalized aspect I didn't think of.Many thanks.
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