This week i plan on writing a new hiking article on my blog💕 I also have to hit the gym and workout more to train for climbing. And i hope to create a new painting for the shop💕💕
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When other edible fungi are fading, yellowfeet are out in full force filling our baskets. Sometimes also referred to as winter or funnel chanterelles, they can be light brown or orangish brown all over, or may have a yellow stalk and brown to dark brown cap. The dimpled cap is rolled under at first, then flattens out and becomes more trumpet shaped or wavy as the mushroom matures. The underside of the cap is usually light tan to ivory with branching vein like ridges, similar to golden chanterelles. The stipe can be tan or yellow, and is hollow. @la_nancydancy is going to be experimenting with different recipes and drying some for soups this winter. #wildfoodlove#craterellustubaeformis#mushroompicking
@jameslloydcole - I woke up here, listening to birds chirping, at the most photogenic cabin in Washington. How epic is that 24 hour reflection. I’m so sad I didn’t get to meet the guy who built it, sadly he was in hospital at the time 😢
I wanted to feature Kevin today as I think his work is just on a different level then most people. Kevin helped me out a lot when I first started and I definitely got alot better because of it. This milky way shot is one of my all time favorites. I'm sure most people are familiar with his work, but if you're not I would highly recommend checking him out.
Featured Artist: @kevindshearerphotography
Selected By: @RaymondStiehl
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