You have got to click on each one of these pictures to truly enjoy, the uniqueness, the individuality of these various wild mushrooms.
I will identify, the ones I can.
Puffballs on a decaying log
What the heck is this? Must get closer...
Wearing sunglasses for perspective.This specimen of Giant Puffball, compared to the first picture, well, there is no comparison. The first puffballs are just tiny balls, not even as big as a ping pong ball. The Giant Puffball is way bigger then a persons head, perhaps twice as large. Rather a bizarre sight to see at the base of a tree.
Chicken of the Woods
This mushroom was really interesting, when broken open and exposed to air, it looked as if it had blue ink in it.
A different colour of Amanita Mascaria
Wild Oyster Mushrooms on a fallen tree
Picked and enjoyed eating lots of these mushrooms prepared with pasta, then with chicken and rice, then finally, cream of mushroom soup!
NO, it is not a rose. Isn't it amazing how it resembles a rose blossom.
But, it is an Oyster Mushroom.
Wishing you, a beautiful day :)