Wordless Wednesday: Forest Gold

Walney Woods Fungi

Walney Woods Fungi (1)

Walney Woods Fungi (2)

Walney Woods Fungi (3)

Walney Woods Fungi (4)

Walney Woods Fungi (5)

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27 responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Forest Gold

  1. I’ve never seen fungi like that. Very other worldly. :)

  2. they look delectable (but I wouldn’t dare).
    ~Dawn

  3. Wonderful, wonderful! I so love fungi! I once saw some like this in the forest and the spores were steaming and creating a mist like in Sci fi!!! Incredible! Did you see my comment on your last post about the Spindle Tree? I love your images, they are golden indeed! Julie Ann xx

  4. Wonderful contrasting colours. I love the way that the tree trunk seems to be burning in the first image.

  5. magical – those colors are amazing! Im sure some fairies will make beautiful dancing skirts from them!

  6. Beautiful as usual dear Patti!

  7. These are wonderful photos.

  8. Your fungi is indeed beautiful and most unusual. Yes, they do seem like fairly fungi!

  9. Nature is simply amazing :) Love the photos!! ~Sophia

  10. this funghi gold is better than the metal (in my opinion)… nature is our biggest treasure!

  11. There are so many beautiful funghi. Those orange ones are brilliant.

  12. Simple beauty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Nature at its best! xxoo

  14. Beautiful images! That fungus is amazing – I’ve never seen anything like it.

  15. Thanks to Halle http://www.halleshobbies.com/ for helping identify this bracket fungus here:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laetiporus_sulphureus

    it says it IS edible when it is young…but as Dawn said I wouldn’t dare…
    Thank you all very much for your visit enjoying nature with me oxo

  16. This does seem to have started spreading to many places now, but it does look very pretty!
    (Lyn)

  17. … leaves me speachless…

  18. Fantastic photos Patty! Valerie

  19. WOW again wo wonderful vibrant photos. I love the tree mushrooms, these are specially beautiful. You captured again the autum feeling perfectly on camera. Dear Patty, you are my photo queen!
    Wish you a nice weekend,
    big hugs Anja

  20. these photos are magnificent Patty-you have captured the vibrant beauty of this fungi so perfectly!

  21. Wonderful fungies , so vibrant, and sunny and such beautiful shape, dear Patty. Natures beauty showed itself off once again!!- and you captured it in those stunning photoes !! Hugs to you, from Dorthe

  22. Here it is Saturday morning and I’m just now seeing your Wednesday post. It’s pretty obvious I have been away from my computer.

    Beautiful photos and delightful post, but I keep thinking about the saying that every rose has its thorn. Of course, that extreme close-up in the last photo makes me think of glazed pottery.

  23. Wow, gorgeous photos of the fungi !

  24. Oh my Patty! Stunning images… I have a fondness for fungi : ) and moss and rocks and twigs and birdies and oh so much : )
    Hugs,
    Terri

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts here...it means a lot to me and I appreciate your visit very much oxo

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