Sunday, May 12, 2013

Looking For Morels

 
One of the first of possible space creatures found in that remote and very secret place.
 
 
Reflexions
 
 
A very new to the wild mushroom Hunter/eater tasted this and said it was good raw.
 

 
My first Phlox
 
 
Sulphur
 
 
Standing wet to the pockets next to a big Cottonwood
 
 
 
 






16 comments:

  1. Spring is an interesting time to be out and about when new things are stating to appear.

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  2. Were the morels hiding? Maybe the space creature eate them....:)_

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  3. We haven't hunted for any morels yet -- but I hear the peak time is coming up shortly. Love your selfie! xo

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  4. great pics. I love fungi and that top picture is amazing. alien indeed.

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  5. That cottonwood tree looks magnificent. I hope the great mushroom hunter/eater knows what he's eating! Where are the Morels? Or is that what you're still wondering? :)

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  6. Love the shots! And they are All alien to me!Hahaa...I don't know a safe one from a bad one!
    hughugs

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  7. lovely pictures and that is some big cottonwood

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  8. Morels are so delicious they've got to be sinful! And that really is a magnificent cottonwood.

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  9. You must be the Morel-ity Squad. ;) Some fine looking photos here, Steve.

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  10. I never taste any mushroom I do not know.

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  11. Good luck with the morels--will be time here in a few weeks.

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  12. Hi Steve, They say that this is a good year for Morel Mushrooms. AND--even though I have never eaten one, I've heard that they are delicious..... YUM....

    Great group of photos... Good picture of you. AND--that Cottonwood was quite large, wasn't it???

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  13. I always heard there were a lot of morels in Michigan. I saw a TV show where they were out looking for them not too far from where I used to live.

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  14. When I was a kid we would go into the woods in Michigan and look for Morels, my Mom and Dad would get excited during their season, that and the smelt runs, LOL. Not many people exactly go out anymore looking for fresh natural delights. We live in a desert area, so I have no woods to roam through anymore. So my gathering days, as far as wild flowers and treasures of the woodlands are over. I love your photographs and your blog is a delightful touch of nature. I am your newest follower. Thanks for letting me tag along. Have a wonderful week.
    Connie :)
    P.S. Keep taking your camera with you . . . and thank you for sharing your talent.

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  15. Looks like a fun day to hunt mushrooms, Steve. Did you get caught in a downpour or go wading?

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