24 thoughts on “Rosy Bonnet

    • Thank you very much Linda. I was once again excited to discover these out in the woods, not far from the path where I discovered the previous pair. I wonder how many people had walked past these and never even noticed them poking their blushing heads from the plush carpet of autumn leaves.

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  1. Out on my walks I have noticed far more shrooms than usual. Maybe cos of our damp autumn or perhaps cos your pictures are making me notice more. Wonder if I’ll see any of Pete’s rosy bonnets today?

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  2. I love these colourful mushrooms! Never saw this kind of pink in the world of the fungus. At the moment I like to draw them and I can’t get enough of these beauties. I don’t know why, but they are appealing. After the dry summer came a lot of rain here and we have lots of different mushrooms now. A world of its own. Very nice pictures!!

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    • I always find mushrooms fascinating. I think because they can be such a mystery, hiding dorment under the earth an then popping up in their unusual yet magnificent forms and colours. Thank you! πŸ™‚

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      • I discovered them for me this autumn / winter. We had such a good mushroom period the last months and I am still watching out for them. A world of its own as you describe it and I like these “little persons” or “individuals”, that grow so steady everywhere πŸ™‚ But I will never be an expert πŸ˜‰

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