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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Aliens in the Garden



 

14 comments:

  1. Awesome pics! Especially love the second to last one.

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  2. Karin these are spectacular captures...I also love the second to the last one...

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  3. They are so other-worldly! Beautiful!

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  4. Looks like a golf ball. Cow pasture pool.

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  5. I don't know why but when I see these mushrooms, my heart seems to beat a little faster. I guess I just love mushrooms and your pictures are gorgeous. I like the first one most.

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  6. Haha, very cute! The strange world of fungi is really quite amazing!

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  7. Beautiful mushrooms. We have some of the second-to-last ones that look like prickly golf balls. I like the mystery of mushrooms - here one day, gone the next. Some edible, most will kill you. Mushrooms make me think of different overlapping natural worlds and how little we understand ...

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  8. The photos seems so surreal even though they're a reflection of nature. The next to the last one reminds me of work of the photographer, Karl Blossfeldt. I'm partial to the third photo.

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  9. ahh, one of my favourite times of the year with all the wonderful mushrooms and fungi springing up.

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  10. These are amazing photos! And they do look alien. I love how they look after a rain.

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  11. We've had so much rain I've had some pretty weird mushrooms/fungi, including one that was bright orange and tubular. Cool pix!!

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  12. Your stunning photos give one a whole new perspective on fungi! I also very much enjoyed your bad hair day post. I have been gone awhile and am still trying to catch up. I'm glad I didn't miss these two posts!

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  13. Fungus, mushrooms and edible landed flying saucer?

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