Fungus in the field... by thewatersphotos

Fungus in the field...

Most of our fungi grow under the trees in our yard. But this one is growing yards away from any tree, out in the open field. Liked the shape.
Lovely closeup
September 27th, 2020  
Reminds me of a golf ball on a tee. (Too many hours on and near the golf course on Friday.)
September 27th, 2020  
@randystreat Me too and I don't even play golf!
September 27th, 2020  
@casablanca Actually I don't either. I took photos Friday at a Golf Tournament.
September 27th, 2020  
Fungi can be rather fascinating....I never know whether they are a poisonous variety or not...don’t think I would risk this one but it’s a lovely shape!
September 27th, 2020  
Looks about ready to bust apart
September 27th, 2020  
Looks tall.
September 27th, 2020  
I love the title you gave to this picture!
September 27th, 2020  
Nice one!
September 28th, 2020  
Like a golf ball stuck up high on a tee - I'd like to take a whack at it :)
September 28th, 2020  
Nice shot
September 28th, 2020  
Super shot! I love a lone shroom, fav.
September 28th, 2020  
Nice shot. Have you identified it yet? I have this site that may help you if so inclined. It is a UK site, so maybe they are different.
https://www.wildfooduk.com/mushroom-guide/
September 28th, 2020  
@craftymeg Thanks, Margaret.
September 28th, 2020  
@randystreat Ha! It does look like one.
September 28th, 2020  
@happypat Thanks! I barely eat mushrooms from the grocery, so I would never eat one right from the ground. :- )
September 28th, 2020  
@k9photo Actually, it spreads out and becomes a huge top.
September 28th, 2020  
@kvphoto About 3 inches.
September 28th, 2020  
@carolmactx :- ) Thanks!
September 28th, 2020  
@bubblequeen Thanks so much, Melvina.
September 28th, 2020  
@milaniet Haha! So did my granddaughter!!
September 28th, 2020  
@bkbinthecity Thank you!
September 28th, 2020  
@pattyblue Thank you, Pat. There are several.
September 28th, 2020  
@jon_lip Thank you, Jon! That is a wonderful site! This one looks like a couple of them, but interestingly, most like the "Field mushroom".
September 28th, 2020  
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