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September 16, 2010


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Kristy M

This makes me happy. My husband and I are long time amateur mycologists (also in Canada!) and this is our favorite time of year. These pictures are lovely!
PS. I'm also in love with Geninne's art. :)


What a beautiful group of specimens! I'm looking forward to seeing how you use these to dye.

Geninne D. Zlatkis

I am definitely going polypore hunting with you one day :) Haven't seen any here in the desert...we'll have to look for something else. Oh! I know! air plants...there are plenty of those!


I want to try this so badly! Do you know any good books or websites about dyeing with them?


Another set of wonderful pictures Margie. I love them all. I can't wait to see how your next experiments turn out. I'm so happy you get to have another wonderful day with Arounna next week, I enjoy seeing the wonderful art you create together :)

Cozy Memories

your forests grow the most amazing mushrooms, Margie. I've noticed a couple of ones I had seen back in August (in our local mountains) I'm sure you'll have a ball with Arounna next week. I'm so super jealous LOL Have a good friday my friend oxoxo

helle Jorgensen

What amazing beauties Margie.
Must tell you about the bioluminescent mushrooms I saw recently in the rainforest not far from my place. You would have loved them I'm sure.


img-3464..this perspective did not..I like..thanks for this beauty..


I love the orange ones!


So many beautiful pictures, but the 10th one from the top is !!!!!. So beautiful! This would be an amazing large print!


so many varieties. Looking forward to your dyeing results!

lynda howells

I too love looking for and taking images of mushrooms and fungi. These are great. Lynda
ps also have subscribed to your blog..love itxxlynda

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