Jack’s Walk

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Fungus grows so quickly it can be a bit astonishing. 3 days ago these weren’t here and today they’re not only here, they’re fully grown and aging. All it took was 2 days of rain and then, like magic, there they are. How does that happen and are faeries involved?


  1. Ice Swimmer says

    I’d guess most of the fungus is where we don’t see (the hyphae inside the wood) and it has access to a lot of organic material. I think faeries are involved in spreading fungi with spores, but there has to be a realm under the surface with a lot of ground-dwelling magical beings.

  2. rq says

    I like whatever (accidental?) effect you have going on in the first photo, very dreamy. Appropriate for the fungi. ;)

  3. rq says

    Also re: faeries
    I’m pretty sure that’s how they describe it in mycology textbooks, too!

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