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Old Aug 14, 2012, 10:50 AM   #21
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What an amazing mix of species shape and color all photographed perfectly.

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Old Aug 14, 2012, 5:17 PM   #22
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D/D - You are too kind! Glad you enjoyed these...

Penolta - It would be amazing to be able to see that "living blanket" wouldn't it! Sorry for the lack of numbers, have not figured out how to put numbers between the photos (maybe should just put numbers on the photos??).

Simon - Thanks so much!

Catbells - Thanks so much for the kind and specific comments!

Hans - Thanks! These cloudy damp days make for some very nice light...

Ramcewan - Glad you liked them!

Pboerger - They are indeed an amazing and diverse part of creation! (and if your dates are correct, almost as old as me!!)

MtnMan - So glad that to hear that! It is indeed very easy (for me) to forget to stop and enjoy the details...

Lou - Thanks so much for your very kind words...
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Old Aug 14, 2012, 6:13 PM   #23
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WOW!!!!!!! What a great collection of fungus and some "Awesome" photography!!!!! Well done Marty!!!!
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Old Aug 24, 2012, 8:05 PM   #24
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Thanks for your kind words Keith. Hope to see some of your awesome photos posted here soon!
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Old Aug 26, 2012, 3:26 PM   #25
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An incredible series! I've been busy and just now trying to get caught up with things. I think they've started to cut down on the amount of time in a day or something.

After looking at this series yesterday morning, I went to an area that was burned in 2006 and that has quite a bit of dead wood around. Not one piece of fungus to be found - been too hot and dry. Guess I'll enjoy your shots instead of taking my own.
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Such amazing photographs. And, what assortment! I've never seen so many types in one place. I've seen a few around here. But, nothing like most of these.

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Harriet - It does seem to require lots of warmth and moisture for best expression of fungus "fruiting." This year has been exceptional for us, thanks to the very hot start to the summer, and the very wet ending.

Patty - A number of older local residents have agreed with you - this has been an exceptional year here for variety and abundance. Have taken MANY more fungus photos, but don't want to bore people with too many...
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Wow, amazing fungi.

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