On the Little Si hike in late November 2006 - outside of North Bend, Washington.
The only example of this fungus in this area...this one tree had the only occupants. Nice shot, Mark. Little Si trail, late November, North Bend Washington.
Maple Valley, Washington - the Cedar River walking and riding path. Human feet, horses, and bicycles are the only modes of transport allowed. Mark's stunning view of the underside of one of the larger specimens.
This is not uncommon, but such distinct color variation is less often seen. Striking, isn't it. Mt. Baker ~ Park Butte Trail #603 and Railroad Grade Trail#603.2, September 2006.
Mt. Baker ~ Park Butte Trail #603 and Railroad Grade Trail#603.2, September 2006. Another onion-studded hamburger bun look!
Yuk! The ugly and the ugly, side by side. Seen hiking the Naches Loop Trail of Mt Rainier - late September 2007 by Dewey Lake.
Hiking the Naches Loop Trail on Mt Rainier in Washington, September 2007, here was this astonishingly round 'golf-ball' shroom.
Overcrowding in this condo, eh? Seen hiking the Naches Loop Trail of Mt Rainier - September 2007.
Pushing up through the graveled areas in the Colonial Creek campground, these fungus almost looked like low-lying flowers from farther back. Photographed in mid October of 2007, North Cascades Washington.
On the side of a walking path in Olympia Washington - April 2007. Beautiful 'potato chips' again!