June 26, 2011

can you believe those are edible mushrooms.....






{do you see his nose and his ear. ouch. that must have been some fight}

28 comments:

  1. oh my...what kind are they?

    poor little guy.

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  2. ouch.
    I'm loving on that blackbird:)
    -Jennifer

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  3. no! they look like phlox! just kidding. (heh heh) they remind me of potato chips. pretty neat.

    maybe that squirrel is punk and that's the look he was going for.

    (i'm just a wise ass today, aren't i...)

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  4. Just had them pierced perhaps? Poor thing.

    DI

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  5. love all the pictures, beth

    the poor little squirrel....

    it's rough out there in animal world... :-{

    kary and teddy
    xx

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  6. How did those mushrooms taste? Did you try them?

    Poor squirrel, carrying the scars of life on it's face :(

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  7. Hard to believe..what are they??

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  8. I have no sympathy for the squirrel, so go ahead and call me callous. Or evil. The mushroom looks pretty interesting, though ~

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  9. I have no sympathy for the squirrel, so go ahead and call me callous. Or evil. The mushroom looks pretty interesting, though ~

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  10. Nice pictures. Whenever I see mushrooms I walk on by, I may be seeing edible mushrooms but I would not know. The poor little squirrel sure did have a tough time didn't he? We some here once in awhile with scars.

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  11. My fascination for mushrooms helped me surpass my hatred for the taste of them. I have a field book on them which I take around with me just to see if I can identify any. I've never managed it, which just goes to show how many varieties there are. But they're so intriguing. And complex biologically. Like aliens!

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  12. oh quick...please...give me a pan and some butter for those mushrooms - a little salt & pepper & pass a fork...i am in heaven! love the little guy's look as he is holding the violin - perfect timing!! no words needed! -xok.

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  13. That squirrel. What a brute!!!!

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  14. I think that mushroom picture is brilliant.

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  15. beautifully interesting mushrooms..
    and a musician I see ;)

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  16. ohh i would love to learn how to safely forage for mushrooms ~ they look yummy :)

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  17. Ouch is right! The mushrooms look delicious!

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  18. Those mushrooms already look buttery..and I want to go to Karen's to eat them:)

    That poor squirrel has had a tough life....

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  19. I am a huge mushroom fan.. these look fantastic but I would probably be scared to actually eat them. I photograph the pretty ones and eat strictly only the ones from the store.

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  20. Yowza! That must have hurt!
    I love mushrooms and those look delicious!

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  21. Fabulous photos!! Those mushrooms look incredible!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  22. did you eat them? they look a bit fungus-y to me...

    and that squirrel reminds me of stallone in "rocky." i can just hear him calling, "yo, adrian!"

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  23. Such a nice assortment of photographs.

    In my mother's neighborhood, the squirrels were always warring with cats! I think the cats won.

    I love mushrooms of all kinds!

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  24. Ok, so, the mushrooms are fake...have to be! But the blackbird is awesome.

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  25. Poor squirrel, looks like a cat may have got hold of him. As always i am enjoying your photo's.

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  26. ouch. he may have been in my yard, my outdoor cats are animals... i won't tell you about the poor chipmunk yesterday...

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  27. Hes been fighting. Poor little guy.
    Wonderful photos as always.

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**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth