White Mushrooms

Mushrooms. They come in so many shapes and sizes. Really, you should go find a nice shady spot and look for some fun varieties of these strange organisms. The particular kind we have here today are what you would normally expect though. These have that typical shape, with a clean, white look. Do you want them?

I took this photo while I was at Island Lake State Recreation Area in Michigan in July of 2010. I used a Canon PowerShot SX20 IS, which is the second camera I've owned. But it's pretty easy to get beautiful pictures with any camera at this place.


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  1. thank you for all the great screensavers. I always meant to learn more about mushrooms but I hear it's best to learn from an expert

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  2. I love mushrooms...always a little wary of picking them though...I think I definitely need to invest in an identification book and study for a while as I think freshly picked mushrooms taste so much nicer!!

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