Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Hidden deep in a briar patch, a group of mushrooms thrives at the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve below New Orleans.

-- steve buser

9 comments:

ptowngirl said...

Beautiful capture!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I would say, "Yummy. Good for my tummy." But then I don't know a single thing about mushrooms and which are good and which will kill you.

By the way, Ineke said..., in response to my asking, that a gallon of gasoline would cost $8.65 where she lives in Rotterdam.

Oh. And the photograph is a good one. Perfect composition, light and color.

Thiên said...

They look really cool and beautiful Steve.

Halcyon said...

Very nice photo. They look sort of portobello-y, but I bet they're something poisonous or bad for you. :)

Kelly said...

Beautiful!

GMG said...

Hi Steve! I’m profiting from the holiday to anticipate the weekly visit… ;)
This morning I was hesitating wether to cook some shiitake mushrooms for lunch and then I land on this mushroom field... Great shot!
The Westin was not there in 1982, otherwise I wouldn't have missed it... Wonderfful view!
The Lafitte Park series is fantastic! Flowers, lizards and gators; amazing!
Thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter, which is still around the imperial town of Marrakesh.
Hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!

Chris said...

I love mshgrooms, but like Abe, I have no idea which are poisonous in the wild. Nice photo.

babooshka said...

I love wild mushrooms, but hardly see them. Great capture

Professor said...

Neat find!