forest fungus fotos

Fungus was certainly among us walking the Kepler Track in the South Island. Seeing these pictures again brings back for me all those long walks through the bush – especially its rich pungency. Follower Thomas taught me a new word – “petrichor” – which refers to the pleasant odor that fills our nostrils after the first rain following a dry stretch, a heavenly scent indeed. If only I could offer up a scratch-and-sniff…

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Published by alison young

Alison Young is the Blissful Hiker, a voice artist and sometime saunterer. 📣🐥👣🎒

Reader Comments

  1. Love the photos. We have a fantastic array of fungi don’t we. Several are in our garden. A lot are edible but don’t ask me which. We only way ones from the Supermarket!

  2. Fascinating. I have to assume that the purple one is poisonous. Glad you did not need to supplement your food supply. Welcome home.

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