Possibly a milkcap: November 2019
Or if you prefer, Late Baroque. And I believe this does conform to “Mushroom” on the majority of paintcharts.
And for your edification: Rococo on Wiki
Cool, to me it kind of looks like a fancy bowl.
LikeLiked by 1 person
Yea. Mushroom coloured, but kinda warped
Definitely has a Rococo look to it and when one says mushroom-coloured, this is the colour that comes to mind.. though since knowing you, I find that rather limiting… Kind of like “flesh” used to mean that Caucasian light pink/peach tint…
You have definitely expanded my fungi horizons!
I thank you, Dale. This is probably the last fungus shot until the autumn. Starting next week, Sunday Picture Post returns with which I hope to being some beauty and sunshine into our lives. 🙂
Lovely! I don’t care what your subject is, as it is always wonderful.
This is pretty! I like its very unique shape and coloring! Nice choice Crispina! ❤
I think it’s an amazing fungus 🙂
Thanks for the “edification” link. I needed it. I agree “Rococo”.in style. A wonderful display from a mushroom. You’re lucky you found it 🙂
It’s very easy to overlook any of the fungi. At the same time, I’ve a tendency to go tramping through brambles only to discover, closer to, it wasn’t a fungus but a colourful leaf!
Kind of pretty with appealing curly edges. Reminds of the Fenton bowls and carnival glass which I enjoy.
I’ve held back on this one. It’s not as colourful as most I post.
And next week… flowers
It really does have an ornate quality to it. I read your comment to Dale, and although I will be missing my weekly fix of fungi porn, sunshine sounds even better…..
This is around the time I usually change focus. It’s just this year I shall be pulling photos from my stores. We all need that sunshine, and the smiling faces of flowers
We’re currently in the middle of a wet snow storm. No flowers yet. I am going to have to stay in Fairbanks this winter, as the future of the tourist trade in Healy doesn’t look promising in current light, so it will be a whole new experience for me. A summer on the Chena River… sounds delightful.. Tho’ I will miss the mountains…
I had wondered what you’d do. I assumed things would be closing in Alaska too
So news yesterday morning hinted that the majority of our non-essential shops were to close. Yikes, my laptop is nearing its final lap. How do I replace it if it dies? So I panic bought a new laptop. But I’m not using it until this one loses the fight. But if I’m offline fr a few days you’ll know that’s me, changing computers.
It is a lovely mushroom, once you look at it a little bit. Deceptively frilly!
It’s a common trait in this family of fungi.
Wow. Beautiful! It connotes a sense of royalty, I feel
Yes, you could be right 🙂
Ooh, so fancy! I’ve missed seeing your mushroom finds.
Alas, probably the last one for the season. Though I’ve plenty more photos, I believe our spirits need lifting with bright healthful flowers 🙂
Beautiful flowers sound wonderful right now!
Well, if you notice I miss a couple of days it’s cos sooner or later I’ll have to change computers (new on panic-bought yesterday before Mr Boris said all non-essential shops must shut. Just snipped that in
I’ve been meaning to buy a new computer for ages now, but I’d probably shop online and have it shipped anyway. It might get to the top of the to-do list some time in the next couple months, we’ll see…
I had looked online. But I do prefer to shop locally when I can.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:
You are commenting using your WordPress.com account.
( Log Out /
You are commenting using your Twitter account.
( Log Out /
You are commenting using your Facebook account.
( Log Out /
Connecting to %s
Notify me of new comments via email.
Notify me of new posts via email.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Unauthorised use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site is strictly forbidden.
Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Crispina Kemp and crimsonprose with appropriate and specific direction to the original content