In a quarter mile radius at Buena Vista Park in Vista, California, January to February in 2017, we had a downfall of rain with temperatures ranging between 65-75 degrees. With humidity, there was what I call a super bloom of fungi and jellies, 30 different varieties were counted. Depending on what region of the park, the types of dead plant and tree material, along with the amount of water and light for each region, it created an opportunity of what grew. The mushroom images depicted in my series are a minuscule portion of what was captured and seen. They each have their own fable to tell, musical note and aura of light.
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