Nathanael has reason to be excited. He discovered one of the biggest mushrooms of the season at the LBJ National Grasslands! Date: May 27, 2017 Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS 5D Mark IV) Lens: My beloved 100 mm macro lens (Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L macro IS) Notes: A special thank you to The Embroiderist for your contribution to this post. 🙂 Continue reading Feather in his cap!
I keep thinking I need to create another blog where I can showcase my macabre photos. Admittedly, my collection of skeleton photos and other creepy discoveries I find in nature have limited appeal. Until I start a new blog, I’ll … Continue reading Ode to a Turtle – Limited Appeal
March 6, 2017. I was going to post another arboretum photo. Instead, I discovered my hard drive died. I was in mourning for several days. I did my best not to think too much about it. But it was difficult. … Continue reading My hard drive died
Looking for a memorable, avant garden dining experience? Then the ‘Shroom Room is for you! The ‘Shroom Room is conveniently located just south of the Royal Gorge … Continue reading New Restaurant!
I had the chance to visit Ball Knob Cemetery and was surprised to see my favorite mushroom was still there. If you missed the post from November, click here to see the mushroom when it was in its prime. … Continue reading Revisiting a mushroom at Ball Knob Cemetery
Today was Mushroom Monday. My Blue Oyster Mushroom kit arrived. Take a look… The directions indicate I am to leave the contents in the bag and place it on a shallow plate. The bag has holes in it where … Continue reading Mushroom Chronicles: Day 1
Alternate titles for this post: Mushroom Palooza, Mushroom Mania, Mushroomville USA, Denise’s Idea of Paradise I discovered mushrooms in Arkansas. They were captivating and other-worldly. I … Continue reading A profusion of mushrooms
I did a search online but wasn’t able to identify the mushrooms featured in this post. I’ve never seen anything like it at the LBJ National Grasslands or anywhere else. It appeared at my favorite mushroom hideaway at the LBJ … Continue reading Mound of Mushrooms at the LBJ National Grasslands
I figured out long ago I am happiest far away from crowds. Amusement parks, while fun, are stressful, noisy places with too many people. Give me a secluded place with mushrooms and moss to photograph and I am in my … Continue reading Mushroom Land!
A recent trip to the greatest place in the DFW Metroplex (the LBJ Grasslands), yielded some interesting discoveries. I have displayed them beginning with the least exciting to the most fascinating (and my proudest). I was walking through a shaded part … Continue reading I like to pretend I’m a naturalist with my camera