Steve And Muffin’s Weekly Art In Nature. #12

Hi everyone! We’re back finally with another art in nature post, it has been a while. Hopefully I will soon have some winter art in nature to share with you, but for now we will continue with some more summer fun with mushrooms. At one time I never really considered mushrooms to be very exciting, but I have to admit, I really did not look for them very much either. I like this nice yellow one below, not sure what species it is, but it almost makes a heart shape.

Not quite as nice as the last one I showed however. And I guess some places are better for them than other places too. But like I said, I did not really pay attention to them either. This is a good area for a lot of different species of mushrooms. And the most beautiful usually seem to be the most toxic ones too, though that is not always the case. For example the “conifer false morel” shown below.

Not exactly beautiful, though it is interesting looking, kind of like a brain. It is highly toxic but is easy to identify from the true morels that are good to eat. Well, I hope you enjoyed our art in nature examples for today. Have a great day and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

©2021 Steve McLeod.

14 Comments on “Steve And Muffin’s Weekly Art In Nature. #12

    • Hey, that’s very good Nina!😂😹 Yes, they most definitely are interesting, terrible that I missed most of them this year. Have a terrific day Nina!😃🖐😻😻🍄🍄

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  1. Mushrooms are photogenic ! Have a coffee or two ! Mind you, you drink tea in the afternoons…I think…relax with Muffin ! 🙂😻

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