Thursday, 14 March 2013

Mushrooms that you have not seen

                 Brightly colored Mushroom canopy for fairy tale goblins.
                  That's where the wicked witch obtained her hat.
This mushroom reminds you of Smurfs - The popular TV cartoon characters.
            Miniature sized UFO flying saucer landed. Where are the aliens?
              Brilliant artificial floral arrangement, Simple & creative! 
                 Wait, that's nature's work, nothing artificial about it!
                                            Just charming, charming!
Pink mushrooms compete to sprout out of the ground to get some day light.
 Wow, the oceanic thriving predator Blue Eel awaits preys to swim by. 
                                  No, it's just another mushroom.
So nice and enchanting! The umbrella shaped canopy of white & silvery colored mushroom opens up for the camera.
A cross bred of purple brinjal and mushroom? No, it's just a type of mushroom.
Ah, just relaxing; nice view up here atop the golden colored mushroom.
Oh my! This is God's Creation! How could anyone with super brain power to arrange such artistic display of multi-tiered small mushrooms? Just fantastic!
                                     Very unique and extraordinary.
             Blue colored mushrooms rummaged by some small animals. 
Soy bean sprouts grew out of tree trunks? No, they are just mushrooms.
Multi-colored pebbles or stones? No, just mushrooms.
Tree house with canopy for shelter from rain!
                                   Isn't it egg plant? No, just mushroom.
My, Jelly fish found floating near and attached to tree trunks. Is it possible?
                              Mini-sized muffins? No, just mushrooms!
Good Lord! It's the Lingzhi 靈芝 mushroom, usually found on tree trunks and branches.
Farm grown Lingzhi or otherwise known as Reishi mushroom; this species is famous for its cancer curing effect.
Another species of Lingzhi mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum) found in the wild.
                             
                          A species of a large-leafed Lingzhi mushroom.
Sumptuous strawberry custard and icing on cheese cake! No, you may suffer severe food poisoning if you choose to eat it!
                             Eggs found in the wild! No, just mushrooms!
Oh yes, I remember seeing these lovely mushrooms in Disney movies.
Morbid & macabre scene - messed up animal parts or what? No, just mushroom!
Yeah, so attractive and enticing! Can humans eat it? The answer is no.
               Ha, all red mushrooms. So rare to see such species.
Some kids have inadvertently poured paints on these mushrooms.
                             Pearls and pearls everywhere, innumerable! 
                                         No, they're just mushrooms.
                    Cows's tongues grow on trees? No, just mushrooms.
Splendid ideas - Origami paper folded flowers stuck on tree trunk? 
                    No, it's natural mushrooms found in the wild.


Many thanks to Jennifer Chiew for sharing.


Alan CY Kok

3 comments:

  1. amazing pics ... just surprised at Nature's wonderful creation..though small yet very beautiful and colorful... Superb clicks...

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  2. Absolutely beautiful work of mother nature! I would of loved to have been in your shoes while doing this, just lovely! Please let us know if you divulge where some of these beauties are from. Thank you for sharing

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  3. Absolutely beautiful work of mother nature! I would of loved to have been in your shoes while doing this, just lovely! Please let us know if you divulge where some of these beauties are from. Thank you for sharing

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