Seaweed season

Summer is seaweed season on the Salish Sea. Say that five times fast.





Deep forest is never far from the water, here. My daughter and I poked around on a trail we don’t usually go down, and found this fine fungus growing over a tree stump. I think it’s a Inonotus dryadeus, affectionately known as butt-rot fungus *gigglesnort*. It usually grows on oak trees, but I’ll bet dollars to doughnuts that stump was something else. There aren’t any oak trees around here.



5 thoughts on “Seaweed season

      • Oh! Sea snails? That’s true because am not familiar with sea let alone of knowing sea animals. I only know domestic snail, they usually stays on plantain leaves in small bushes near home. I mean in my country….

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