adventures in spore printing

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cathy cullis, LethaColleen, and 100 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. cathy cullis 68 months ago | reply

    how gorgeous is this!

  2. iremembersleep 68 months ago | reply

    beauty is in the eyes of the beholder...~Beautiful!

  3. loweryjes 68 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called high quality nature, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    this is cool! i've done spore prints before - but never saw so much beauty in it.

  4. BlueBee~Karen 68 months ago | reply

    you are just the coolest! had to tell you!!!

  5. www.RPfingst.de 68 months ago | reply

    ?? HOW printing ??

  6. Cozy Memories 68 months ago | reply

    oooh the patterns, oooh the colors, Margie ! This is so beautiful !

  7. Carolyn Saxby | Love Stitching Red 68 months ago | reply

    Oh my goodness - I NEED to do this!

  8. Matt Molloy 67 months ago | reply

    that is really cool! was it more accidental or planned? either way you should experiment more with this idea!

  9. CharmingLiisa 67 months ago | reply

    awesome!!

    I looked a bit through your photostream and loved what I saw. It is bursting of creativity! I'll be back! :)

  10. cordyceps 66 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Spore Print, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  11. young@art 65 months ago | reply

    I've been browsing your amazing collections! amazing!!! so inspiring to look at.

  12. Laura Lea 64 months ago | reply

    Oh wow, never thought of this. Love these patterns, what a great idea! Lovely on the blue!

  13. Daniel Neal [deleted] 59 months ago | reply

    Fantastic! The blue paper really works.

  14. oftenlostoldwoman 36 months ago | reply

    Just please be careful with the mushrooms you're spore-printing, especially the white-spored ones - Amanitas have the prettiest white spores and some of them are absolutely deadly. Don't let the kids or the dog or the bird play with them or munch on them and keep them away from anything you're going to eat. The baddies aren't limited to white-spored ones, either. The mushrooms from the supermarket are fine, though, and most have nice chocolate-brown spore prints.

    I don't want to be a wet blanket, but you should allways know what you're doing before you pick wild mushrooms.

  15. cordyceps 36 months ago | reply

    I think there is a bit of hysteria about handling fungi. None have contact poisons and while spore inhalation is an issue for molds and handling soil, spore printing is not an extreme sport.

    In my country school children are taught not to touch mushrooms unless they are wearing latex gloves. It's not the best way to introduce two lifeforms. Would you wear a mask when going into public places? Seriously - causal contact with people in crowded places is not without its risks either.

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