Nature’s Art, #26.

Orange jelly fungus.

Hello once again everyone!  Nice to see all of you again on this snowy Tuesday.  Not too much snow however, only about 1 1/2 inches (about 4cm) of new whiteness out there.  But more to come tomorrow with another 4 inches (10cm) of snow.  Then some more nice weather to follow, then back to more snow on the weekend.  In other words, kind of typical March winter weather.  The birds are very busy today, that is also typical after some new snow, birds tend to head for feeders in snowy weather where they can find easy to get food.  They are smart.  Speaking of smart, Muffin is hungry so I better get her something to eat, before something happens to my feet.  Again.

And here we are sharing some more nice mushrooms…

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Here we have a black-footed polypore, a tough mushroom, not the best for eating though not poisonous.IMG_7963

Another tiny mushroom, less than half an inch, about 1 cm across.  It’s a very common mushroom around here, not sure of the name however or if it can be eaten.  They are so small it would take a lot of them for a meal anyway.

And that is a look at today’s art in nature.  I really hope you have a wonderful day and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

© 2020 Steve McLeod.

20 Comments on “Nature’s Art, #26.

  1. The tiny mushroom looks like a Tim Horton’s donut dipped in delicious butterscotch coating !…excellent photos Steve !☕️☕️🍩🍩

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    • It’s amazing how many different varieties of tiny mushrooms we have here. I will likely be sharing pics of more of them. I need to get another book though, not all our mushrooms are in the book I have.😀😺🍄☕

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    • Thanks Simon! I have pics of other tiny varieties also which I will be sharing at some point.😁🍄 I need to get another book too so I can identify them all. The book I have doesn’t list all the varieties we have here.😕🍄 Have a nice evening Simon!😃😺🌙

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