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2010-10-08

mushroom


Autumn is in the air. Or on the ground, to be precise.

Ösmo kyrka, Nynäshamn (map) 28 September 2010

10 comments:

Lena Johansson said...

Vilken fin hatt den har!

What a beautiful hat it has!

cieldequimper said...

And so started a modern fairy tale.

Svenske Floyd said...

Nice! I like photographing vegetables. They usually stay in place meanwhile.

VP said...

A perfect composition and a strange mushroom. The colors are awesome.

arabesque said...

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? ^-^

JM said...

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.

Per Stromsjo said...

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!

Halcyon said...

Shroooms! Me likey!!

Jacob said...

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.

Per Stromsjo said...

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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