Monday, October 12, 2009

Photo of the Week




Toadstools are in abundance in our yard and the neighboring yard as well this year. These are some of the more interesting ones I found that hadn't been nibbled on by the squirrels or whomever.

9 comments:

Linda Fleming said...

Those are amazing- I've never seen toadstools shaped like that. Our rains have stopped and we are dry again, so the toadstools have disappeared from our yard.

MaryO said...

Yes, they're unlike any we've ever had before. I thought at first that something had been chewing on them. I was especially intrigued by the bowl-shaped one.

HElen said...

What a wonderful finds! Such an usual shapes!

JudiA said...

How interesting - I've never seen toadstools like those before. We just get the ordinary little round brown ones.

Serena said...

what unusual looking toadstools....almost look like thick, bulky flowers. Great shots, Mary!

Michelle Eaton said...

What great shapes they grow in. I have never seen them like this before.

Kerry said...

like everyone else I am amazed by these as I have never seen any like this either.. at first I thought it was something formed from styrofoam and I thought what is Mary O. making those into?...LOL

BumbleVee said...

those are funny looking little guys aren't they?

Bear said...

Mary O
wot amazing toadstools have never ever seen any of this particular shape thanks for the pi its so amazing to see differences on each side of the big pond
love n hugs to you Bear xoxoxoxo