29 comments on “Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Nature

  1. New Journey says:

    In Washington state we call these conchs, we uses to pick the really big ones and then paint scenes on them….back in the 60’s…I lived in the Olympic National Park and we had access to the back logging roads..and would go get them off the trees that were that they fell….beautiful pictures,

    • Well, that sounds interesting. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one painted. So, you got my curiosity up and I Googled it. It came up under painted fungus. There are some beautiful ones. I never would have thought of that! Thanks for stopping by and commenting! 😀

  2. Fozziemum says:

    Oh i do love funghi 🙂 great shots Linda 🙂 hugs Bev xx

  3. Suzanne says:

    Excellent mobile phone photos.

  4. Sue Slaght says:

    Linda I was asking Jo about a photo similar to this earlier today. We don’t see these very often as it is so dry here.

    • I hadn’t seen them like this in my yard before. But then I think we’ve had rain nearly every day for the past two months. Some light and some heavy. Wish I could share with you! 😀

  5. Great mushroom photograph. These fungi are really magical!

  6. Lignum Draco says:

    Nice shots. I like the potential cascading effect this sets up if it were to rain. That’s nature for you. 🙂

  7. ahw…the only thing missing are little fairies sitting on them! xo Johanna

  8. Linda, a true example of our summer here in the Mid Atlantic: Humid and hot that produces scores of mushrooms of various types. Your images capture their strangely elegant side. Happy Photo Challenge.

  9. I’m a fungi-lover. too, Linda. Nice shots.


  10. Very nice, Linda. Count me as another fungi fan!

  11. agenda19892010 says:

    Very nice mushrooms ☺ salut by Rinaldo .

  12. The pictures are beautiful!! 🙂

  13. Paula says:

    I love taking photos of mushrooms too. These are nice captures, Linda.

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