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libutron:

Ruby Bonnet

Mycena viscidocruenta (Mycenaceae), a tiny wood-rotting fungus commonly found in litter in forests, woodland and heath-land. It is known from Australia, New Zealand and Russia

In 2008 a new genus, Cruentomycena, was proposed to accommodate Mycena viscidocruenta as C. viscidocruenta (typus generis) and a new species, C. kedrovayae from Russia.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Joel Fourcard | [Top][Bottom]

Locality: Northern New South Wales, Australia

someone on my facebook looked at my photos and asked me if I went to Narnia now that is how you compliment someone’s photography. bless.

Greek Valerian / Jacob’s Ladder
There were so many of these, and always growing near something like a stump or a rock. It’s as though this tree just just decided its porch needed a little bit of decoration.

Greek Valerian / Jacob’s Ladder

There were so many of these, and always growing near something like a stump or a rock. It’s as though this tree just just decided its porch needed a little bit of decoration.

politeandnotgay replied to your post:

Now you have to find her Tumblr post loling at you.

yeah I’m not gonna lie, my thoughts went: “oh lord if she has a blog that’s going on it” immediately followed by “it’s going on mine, anyway”

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blueorbit:

missflurry:

flowersinthelibrary:

The Elephant House, “birthplace of Harry Potter”, located in George IV Bridge Street in Edinburgh, UK. One of the cafés where JK Rowling spent time writing, in 1995. The toilets are covered with messages, thank you notes and quotations from the books written by the fans.

ALL RIGHT IM SITTING IN THE CAFE RIGHT NOW AND IM GONNA GO TO THE BATHROOM

I’ve been here loads, it’s fantastic 

This reminds me of Book 7 when everyone wrote encouraging messages to Harry all over the gate to his parents’ house. … and now I’m emotional. great.

  • (discussing my dad)
  • Me: No seriously, where is he?!
  • My Mom: I don't know. Should I care?
  • Me: Well, we do need him.
  • and then the lady next to us busted up laughing so what goes around comes around

River with Wildflowers

There is an absurd number of pictures I took twice, one normally and one with wildflowers in the foreground. So brace yourselves for that.

(Source: Flickr / anjerla)

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libutron:

Common Stump Brittlestem 
Psathyrella piluliformis (Psathyrellaceae), the Common Stump Brittlestem, is a quite common wood-rotting fungus in broadleaf woodlands, where it is found on and around the stumps of dead deciduous trees. 
Psathyrella piluliformis can be found in Britain, mainland Europe and North America.
Reference: [1]
Photo: ©Stu’s Images
Locality: unknown

libutron:

Common Stump Brittlestem 

Psathyrella piluliformis (Psathyrellaceae), the Common Stump Brittlestemis a quite common wood-rotting fungus in broadleaf woodlands, where it is found on and around the stumps of dead deciduous trees. 

Psathyrella piluliformis can be found in Britain, mainland Europe and North America.

Reference: [1]

Photo: ©Stu’s Images

Locality: unknown

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vinegod:

by Jabbar Hakeem

Purple Asters

Purple Asters

Internet guy is trying to fix my shitty internet (abusing work phone data privileges shhhh) like “you do know your internet’s already shitty” yes I really do but it doesn’t generally take half an hour to upload a picture also that letter about how my speed has improved was the biggest slap in the face ever

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lies:

buggirl:

Lampshade looking fungi.
Tiputini, Ecuador

Little lampshades!

SO MANY TINY LAMPS

lies:

buggirl:

Lampshade looking fungi.

Tiputini, Ecuador

Little lampshades!

SO MANY TINY LAMPS

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humansofnewyork:

"I try to stay away from other people. I don’t like to have to be keeping up pretenses all the time— it’s exhausting. Being a loner forces me to be two-faced sometimes, though. I’m always having to make up little stories to get out of social situations. But I’d much rather be alone, watching films. I enjoy watching actors. They’re always pretending, just like me."

humansofnewyork:

"I try to stay away from other people. I don’t like to have to be keeping up pretenses all the time— it’s exhausting. Being a loner forces me to be two-faced sometimes, though. I’m always having to make up little stories to get out of social situations. But I’d much rather be alone, watching films. I enjoy watching actors. They’re always pretending, just like me."

The second one is right near the campground entrance and I may or may not have run off in the middle of setting up because I just wanted to be in that damn meadow by myself away from my parents’ bickering. Worth it.

(Source: Flickr / anjerla)

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beeishappy:

TCR | 2014.07.16 | "… and this segment blew my pants back on.”