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09/13/2011 - _MG_3594.jpg

09/13/2011 - _MG_3594.jpg

Even mushrooms have to deal with baldness. :-(

Actually, I think they might be mushroom skulls.

A transition of waste on the forest floor.

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Doug Cruden20-Sep-2011 20:37
Like the close-up shot here...not your average fungi!!
Norman Richard17-Sep-2011 02:41
Interesting mushrooms! Great capture. Vµ
Mairéad16-Sep-2011 21:02
These are very interesting - haven't seen any like this before.
Mieke WA Minkjan16-Sep-2011 07:33
what a wonderful find an so well composed V
maggie_falconi15-Sep-2011 20:39
Fantastic image, love the tones, compo and textures!! V
J. Scott Coile15-Sep-2011 18:40
Beautiful fungi.
Christy VB15-Sep-2011 17:04
Cleverly seen and interpreted. Nice shot. V
John King15-Sep-2011 10:21
Wonderful textures on these! Nicely captured. V.
Kerry Tingley15-Sep-2011 03:00
They have their own kind of beauty, bald or not!
Pat nighswander15-Sep-2011 02:13
Those white ones are interesting....Good example for the challenge.
Laryl15-Sep-2011 02:00
excellent !
Cindi Smith15-Sep-2011 01:43
There are fungus among us! I do like the different ones and the textures. Very cool!
LynnH15-Sep-2011 01:23
Very interesting. I've never seen the spiked ones before. Funny about the skulls... looks like it for sure. Really a good photo! V
janescottcumming14-Sep-2011 23:35
Interesting textures on these mushrooms. The baldies look like they are past their prime! V
Tom LeRoy14-Sep-2011 20:56
Very unique, guess they go through a lot of changes on the forest floor. Great shot. V.
bill friedlander14-Sep-2011 20:21
The old giving way to the new. Great capture of the textures and details. V
Walter O. Koenig14-Sep-2011 14:22
Cool shot with lots of interesting details. I've never seen mushrooms like this either.
Janice Dunn14-Sep-2011 09:24
Awesome looking fungi there. I haven't seen any like those patterned ones before.
Margot W14-Sep-2011 04:59
They do look like mushroom skulls. Poor little baldies.
What a lovely shot with the new spiny ones.
Jim Coffman14-Sep-2011 02:55
LOL! These are very unusual . We don't see these around here. Nice capture,Carl!V
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