Once again this fragile beautiful forest jewelery... hope it will not be boring for you guys :) ____________________________________________________ Some nice Workshops possible: - Mushrooms - Schloss Neuschwanstein from the special viewpoint - Waterfalls Just contact me: pfisters.pcpost@gmx.de

Once again this fragile beautiful forest jewelery. ____________________________________________________ Some nice Workshops possible: - Mushrooms - Schloss Neuschwanstein from the special viewpoint - Waterfalls Just contact me: pfisters.

"... El bosque estará empapado. Y a veces se desplomará con estrépito algún árbol. Y de cuando en cuando se levantará la niebla y esa niebla se congelará. Luego todo tu bosque se convertirá en un bosque de cristal. En las ramas crecerán como hojas los cristales de hielo. Y luego, en breve, verás el quitameriendas y entonces habrá llegado la primavera..." Malcolm Lowry

A great example of nature's simple beauty." by Josep Maria Ripoll Tarrago

Fractal fungus

Orange Peel Rainforest fungi,Lamington NP,Australia by David Woolcock

mushrooms

Elegant Pink Mushrooms, so pretty and unusual. I have always loved Pink. I know it's in Vogue right Now, But it's always been my favorite Color. My bedroom furniture as a Girl was all Pink. I had the coolest room. Thanks Mom.

Mushrooms

In the forest

Amazing Fungi: Photography by Steve Axford

Amazing Fungi: Photography by Steve Axford

Marasmius - the perfect umbrella mushroom - Steve Axford

Fungi

(via Blue gills - lovely!

Hongos

Amethyst deceivers by Peter Warne-Epping Forest.

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Fungi -- I adore this color (but I'm wondering if it's photo-shopped). Nope, likely Amethyst Deceiver mushrooms?

Grey Green

Phellodon sinclairii is a native fungus found in beech forests of New Zealand. sinclairii has white spores and grows from the ground, reaching a height of 45 mm by 80 mm wide.

Photo w lesie by barrka on 500px

Little stand of mushroom trees on a mossy slope.

white mushroom

A fruit body of Volvariella bombycina (Schaeff.) Specimen found "a few km north of Xanthi, Greece".

Leccinum aurantiacum by Josep Maria Ripoll Tarrago on 500px

Leccinum aurantiacum by Josep Maria Ripoll Tarrago - Photo 47137592 -

King Bolete - Boletus pinophilus With a complex taxonomy, and sometimes considered a subspecies of Boletus edulis, Boletus pinophilus (Boletaceae) is a species of edible bolete known for its pleasant smell and taste. It forms mycorrhizal relationships with pines (Pinus), fir (Abies), and spruce (Picea), and can be found in coniferous or mixed forests in Europe an America. Photo credit: ©Juraj Komar

libutron: “King Bolete - Boletus pinophilus With a complex taxonomy, and sometimes considered a subspecies of Boletus edulis, Boletus pinophilus (Boletaceae) is a species of edible bolete known for.

Mushroom .. by Whitebuffalobk

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