Friday, 10 August 2012
The post-rainfall fungi cycle has brought us this pale yellow umbrella-type (and inky caps, no photo, among other gilled ’shrooms), and I couldn’t resist, um, boring you with it. That’s thyme it’s hanging with. The rainclouds have been spotty, however, and Lake Lanier (Atlanta’s water source) remains almost 8.2 feet low, as the clouds dance around the Lake, which has a pretty small catchment area.
* In fact, I think it’s an umbonate pileus.