They must be toadstools! - Cause there's not MUSHROOM inside! LOLSorry bad pun for such good shots.
it's Ok Ron, any comment is welcome and why should we not have some fun :-)
the first picture have of beautiful colors! great picture !Bye !
Oj,oj,oj! De där med gula fötter skulle jag vilja hitta en drös av.Kerstin
They are both great shots, Christina! The first one is so full of life in the wild! I like the crop on the second one. Both look great enlarged. What a bounty of mushrooms.
The first one of the mushrooms in the woods looks so inviting - and the second one could be featured in a cooking magazine.
These are great images Christina, reminds me of my younger days when I lived in Hamburg and went mushroom hunting with my Grandfather.
I especially like the second shot with the tool included to give perspective. Were they yummy?
I have never seen a group of edible mushrooms like this! Incredible! I like that you have both shots... the one in the wild and the crop for the day. One of the things that I enjoyed about my visits to China was the variety of mushrooms that were used in our meals. We had one meal that each dish, over a dozen, was made with different mushrooms. Heaven!
These are marvelous. Were they tasty?
Wow! I have never seen so many mushrooms in the wild - especially ones that are edible. I like the difference between the two images - one ready for eating and the other showing them in their natural habitat.
What a bounty! The top shot is beautifully made. The basket with the perfect looking mushroom tool look like chanterelles.
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