Fungi on a tree stump by danapommet ()
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Not getting E-bots and response time is very slow.
This fungi is about 10 inches (25 cm) wide.
Thanks for stopping by, taking a look and for all your previous favs and comments.
They are very much appreciated.
Image Comments (24)
jayfar () 2:35PM | Fri, 19 June 2015
Looks like a drunk artists palette !! Lol. Super fungi shot Dana.
0rest4wicked () 4:08PM | Fri, 19 June 2015
Looking a bit like fried dough on a stump it's such a big one!
Leije () 5:11PM | Fri, 19 June 2015
Very nice shot, Dana ! I agree with you, the e-bots are very slow to come !
eekdog () Online Now! 5:31PM | Fri, 19 June 2015
seems like that ebot problem is like a snake that slithers in the rendo system operations like a virus and some of us get them or don't, depending on where it's heading. had my ebot bug prob a few weeks ago, now i wonder if i'm getting all of them. BTW GREAT SHOT!! best lg, Dana.
Faemike55 () 8:36PM | Fri, 19 June 2015
Looks like a swimming pool for the pixies! Great capture Yesterday it seemed the ebots would wait at the starting gate and then burst out like a loosened drain I dunno!
mtdana () 1:17AM | Sat, 20 June 2015
I'm glad you give its size - I was thinking it was much smaller like a mushroom. Great capture Dana!!!
CavalierLady () 8:03AM | Sat, 20 June 2015
Goodness, that is large in size! Unique and interesting shape...well found and captured, Dana!
sossy () 12:14PM | Sat, 20 June 2015
impressive shape and very large! wonderful sunlighted contrast to the trunk! ;o)
Richardphotos () Online Now! 11:16PM | Sat, 20 June 2015
fungi is so intriguing with the multitude of shapes and colors
Hendesse () 4:17AM | Sun, 21 June 2015
Fantastic textures and light. Excellent shot of this large fungus. Such fungi are often found here in our woods. They grow in all colors and shapes on tree trunks and stumps.