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I love this mushroom print. Of course in my wonderland there would be rather large mushrooms that one could sit beneath and smaller ones to use as umbrellas :)

Mushroom. Reminder that the simplest things can make the most beautiful art

Mushrooms by Eszter Schall Budakeszi, Hungary - I love the texture and colour combination.

Worth a visit to view these old color pages from the Biodiversity Hertage Library n286_w1150 Field book of common gilled mushrooms New York :G.P. Putnam's Sons,1928. biodiversitylibrary.org/page/24373266

Illustration from 'The Jolly Dwarfs', published by Brimax Books, England. Printed in Western Germany. Snail-wagon. :)

Web%20swinging%20gnome%20postcard%20(web)%20(web) by katinthecupboard, via Flickr

Fungi Lepiota procera, Albert Renger-Patzsch, ca 1930. The underside of the common parasol mushroom.

Mumroombda and his son Mupbup mushroom family by SandraArteagA, $980.00

Mushrooms: L to R ~ Agaricus (possibly the Field Mushroom), Gomphus species possibly?, Amanita sp?, possibly Amanita cesar, Boletus species...possibly B. satanus, A. muscaria, Morel, Gyrometra species, Ramaria...possibly The Sickener, Stinkhorn, Bolete species...possibly King Bolete, Mazed polypore species, Coral species, Chanterel species?