Posted by: Leah | January 20, 2007


This week’s theme for the Photo Hunt is Wild

These are photos taken by my hubby in the conservation park near by.

Wild mushrooms are very beautiful . These ones were growing on the tree’s trunk.

These ones are along a pathway…see the snow drizzle on top of the mushrooms?

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Next week’s theme: Silver



  1. How beautiful and intriguing!

    Thanks for visiting!

  2. never can say I had seen wild mushrooms up and personal like these photos! lol…thanks for visiting my photo, and the wild turkeys came in the spring…but hunting is allowed less than 500 feet from my house! TOO CLOSE I say!

  3. Beautiful, they really look strange like something abstract.

  4. Great images. I’ve seen wild mushrooms in the forest, but not in abundance like those in your photos.

  5. I love the red & white mushrooms that grow in the wild 🙂 these are some amazing pics of wild mushrooms.

  6. cool pictures Leah! very nice 🙂 I wonder if they’re edible? Happy Saturday and happy hunting 🙂

  7. sa 1st picture akala ko snake or something na may scales hehe. Nice shot lalo na siguro kung naka macro di mahuhulaan na mushroom pala.
    Have a great weekend ahead

  8. Those are some really great pictures – I love the definition in the second one.

  9. Great photos! Those certainly look wild and beautiful. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  10. There’s some serious mushroom action going on there!

    Nice photo, thanks for visiting.

  11. those are some wild and crazy mushrooms. or do we call them fungus? my pic is up


  12. thanks for sharing your wild ‘shrooms! bee

  13. Those pictures are very interestin’ Thanks for sharing!

  14. i agree they are beautiful. are they edible?

  15. Lovely shot. They look very interesting. Haven’t seen so many wild mushrooms before. Thanks for dropping by.

  16. cool

    My wild in the desert is posted. Come join in….but keep the bread crumbs in your pocket!!!

  17. I love the wild mushrooms photos!!

  18. Wow! I have never seen wild mushroom grow on a tree trunk like that before, just in the ground. Great photos! 🙂

  19. Great idea for this week’s theme! Thanks for dropping by 🙂

  20. Very interesting photos! I’ve never really noticed wild mushrooms before but you’re right, they do look very intriguing.

  21. Great photos for the hunt. Happy Saturday.

  22. I love the mushrooms that pop up around here after a few days of rain. Such a variety you have there.
    Mine is up too.

  23. Hi Leah 🙂 Nice pics!
    And thanks for that gym ball exercises; useful stuff.
    Thanks for dropping in on my blog, will surely come here more often..
    Pwede pa link?

  24. They look so beautiful!

    I will Exercise for Comments!

  25. what if there are Smurfs there? Those mushrooms look like a Smurf Village. 🙂

  26. Nice shots!

    Thanks for featuring my photo. It’s so apt with your quote there. 🙂

    Btw, I tagged you – 5 things you might not want to know about me.


  27. Leah, there are other variety of mushrooms that can be eaten, have u tried?

  28. Wow! Amazing. So many! Can you eat them?

  29. That is SO cool. Definitely wild. I’m really enjoying everyone’s interpretation of this week’s theme. Beautiful photos. Great pick for The Hunt.

  30. great photography! thanks for sharing your hubby’s photos!

  31. Great shots ! Love mushrooms, pero teka nakakain ba yan?

  32. kabute, masarap din yung edible na kabute, sa tagaytay meron dun mushroom burger sarap!

  33. Excellent photos. Thanks.

    I’m thinking about one of those exercise balls. If they say I have to blow them up by breathing into them, then I’m just gonna get a little balloon and give my arches a comfortable workout while I watch TV.

  34. Beautiful photos in here…

  35. great pics.Leah!
    pwede ba silang kainin? 🙂

    keep them coming!!

  36. have not seen something like that before. and come to think of it.. when was the last time i visited a park. i think i was still a kid so no memories of something like that. hehehe

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