Snappy Saturday #08

Snappy Saturday - Diane Lynn TibertEach Saturday, I’ll post a free image for anyone to use on their website, blog, book cover, trailer…whatever. It is non-exclusive, and everyone can use it freely. All I ask is that you link back to my website if you use it on the Internet, giving me (Diane Lynn Tibert at credit.

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Today’s free image is of the biggest mushroom I found so far in my yard this year. It’s about eight inches across. I first noticed it just after dark while walking through the garden. I saw a bright, round yellow object as if the moon had fallen from the sky and landed in the grass beneath the rose bush. When I realised what it was, I knew I had to capture its image the next day; mushrooms appear out of nowhere and disappear just as quickly. Because of the unusual number of mushrooms growing in my yard this year, I have dubbed it ‘The Year of the Mushroom”.

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Snappy Saturday - Diane Lynn Tibert

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2 thoughts on “Snappy Saturday #08

  1. There are a lot of mushrooms around this year; we keep having to pick them from the horse’s turn-out. Great image, Diane. I love the way the gills are glowing with the light behind it. 🙂


    • Driving through Lantz today I saw a yard with about twenty large mushrooms in the front yard. Wow! They are everywhere.

      Thanks, Libby. I liked the way the sun shined through gills, too.


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