Inky Cap mushrooms popping up in our greenhouses. A couple of types it seems. These were the two largest and longest lasting. Once they’re open they disintegrate and turn into a kind of black ooze that can used as an ink if you’re in the mood. I’ll be looking for a quill now.
We are impressed by the amount of fungal diversity in our small backyard in @sanmarcostx! Over the years, we have had many flushes of this Coprinus spp. Commonly called shaggy mane or inky cap, the young specimens are edible & delicious but are quick to break down. The first picture was taken Monday, the second was from this morning. . . . .
We carry about us the burden of what thousands of people have said and the memories of all our misfortunes. To abandon all that is to be alone, and the mind that is alone is not only innocent but young -- not in time or age, but young, innocent, alive at whatever age -- and only such a mind can see that which is truth and that which is not measurable by words. Jiddu Krishnamurti