Glen informed me that we had things growing in our garden already. So I grabbed the camera and trekked out to the garden. We have a village of fungus.
This summer has been unusual. Unusual in that we have not had any days over 100 degrees and we have had rain in late July into August. Not that I am complaining, it is just that this time of year it is usually very hot and dry. With all the recent rains, it has been very muggy though. Perfect conditions for fungus. Glen took these pictures the other day. It was a good thing he did, because they were gone by late afternoon when I got home from work. They are so delicate looking, I am amazed that they are able to support themselves. I also love, love, love the droplets of water on the blades of grass.
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