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Sticking with the the “F” themed Friday posts. Not sure what the next will be. Well, the windows are all installed and half needed new moldings for which I now have to fill the nail holes and finish. Most will … Continue reading
Here’s another from the archives that never made it to here for some reason. The day I found these I was photographing cascades along Amethyst Brook and most likely too absorbed with those shots. Better late than never, I guess.
I am a little free and easy with the titles (although mold is a fungus)…this isn’t very moldy, but it sure is sweaty. The bracket fungus Red-banded Polypore (Fomitopsis pinicola) aka Red-belted Conk quite often exudes sweat-like moisture (guttation) in … Continue reading
I recently had a couple of images published in the book, “The Butterflies of Minnesota: A ‘flier’s manual” by Jim Patterson. Unfortunately, Mr. Patterson passed away shortly before the book was completed and his brother Art finished and published it … Continue reading
While looking for some more water images this morning, I came across a colony of wonderful Reishi fungus (Ganoderma lucidum). They are lovely shiny bracket or polypore fungi and are believed to have beneficial medicinal qualities. While developing they have … Continue reading