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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

ONE OF THE LITTLE YELLOW TOADSTOOLS, NOW DEAD AND FALLEN OVER

Lucy Corrander - One of the Little Yellow Toadstools, Now Dead and Fallen Over - February 2009
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To see what these kind of toadstools look like in the autumn, click here.

8 comments:

richard said...

I must do that, is a long story.I am not angry at all, I just pursue justice.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Your title makes a kind of little poem to go with the super photograph Lucy.

Oz Girl said...

ehw, fungus... and I don't care to eat mushrooms either! I do like your title also, in agreement with Weaver it is like a little poem! Oh, and yes, we do have a lot of birds around here -- there's tons of raptors such as falcons and hawks, and I hope to get some photos of them some day!

Dot O said...

Very interesting subject! Love the capture! I do happen to love mushrooms - the kind that don't kill you upon consumption!

Lucy Corrander said...

Richard - thanks for the note. I hope everything gets sorted appropriately - and I look forward, one day, to seeing your photographs again.

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Weaver of Grass - I feel I should invite you to turn this title into a longer poem . . . how about it?

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Oz Girl - do you distinguish between mushrooms and fungi?

I look forward to seeing your raptor photos. I don't suppose they will be easy to take but, if you manage it, I expect they will be very dramatic in your very open landscape.

Hope you have a good time in Arizona. (Is it even starker there?)

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Dot - mushrooms that kill you upon consumption are best avoided (I would think) - except they might still be interesting to take photos of.

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Lucy

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