Love the 'rooms!
Hope they are edible but I"m guessing no.V
A wonderful clump of mushrooms, but I'm not sure I'd eat them ...
There is magic in those mushrooms!
That's what happens when it rains: Gardens tend to mushroom out of control. Well, they do in Florida!
I think that Sharon is funny with her "magic" comment! It would be great to be able to identify the edible from the inedible -- a real challenge with not much of a margin for error!Love the photo with little droplets of rain on the mushrooms!Genie
They pop up so quickly! It looks like a bouquet of fungus. Very pretty.
We are on a dry spell now, but I think the rain will be back soon.You found some bouquet of sort...
Nice; they remind me of pancakes. :)
And the smell of the rain in every cap.
Beautiful Capture.Have a happy SundayWong
They do come with the rain! May not be edible, but they make a terrific capture! Enjoy!Sylvia
That sure is what happens after the rains specially if it somewhat warm. Do you know what kind these are?Here is a fun site from a farmer out her--about potatoes.http://knutzenfarms.com/whats-in-the-dirt.phpMB
One of the joys of Autumn.
Nice how their edges turn upward , as if waiting to be filled with rain.
Wow! That's quite a collection of mushrooms in one spot!
Whoa, that's an impressive cluster of mushrooms! I've never seen anything like it here in Manila.
They sure like it damp! And this group likes it cozy...
Cá estão eles! ;-)
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