Image #119 – Little Helmets

Image #119

Another aptly named mushroom.  These are Little Helmets.  Dozens of them poked their heads through the moss on Sunday, September 29th.  By yesterday, October 2nd, there was nary a trace of them.  But they are sweet. I was able to get several good shots and will post one or two more.  To give you an idea of how little the Little Helmets are, here is a second image showing my setup of the shot. The Little Helmets are the white spots in front of the camera, about 2-3 cm in height. ☙

Image #119(a)

3 comments on “Image #119 – Little Helmets

  1. […] post, Little Helmets, showed the mature mushroom. Here you can see them being born, the “petals” unfolding […]

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  2. […] past two blogs, #119 and #120, have been Little Helmets mushrooms from my neighbor’s yard.  They are just so dear […]

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  3. […] a bumper-crop-year for mushrooms in western North Carolina.  Lucky me!  A few days ago I posted Little Helmets, lovely white fungi that are about 2cm in height (about 3/4″). Today I present a 20+cm […]

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