Saturday, February 7, 2015

Hallucinogenic Mushrooms

Do mushrooms run for survival as they always seem to be in an ascending mode? The higher the safer?

I have yet to discover little tentacled surprises during shooting psychedelic mushrooms.


Do slugs or snails trip on psilocybin when they consume it?

I could have ingested some of their hallucinogenic properties that bring mind-altering effects. I always trip down the rabbit hole, and generate a deeper connection with the nature, light and shadow.


What if the waving tentacles emerge from behind the mushrooms?

Your subconscious mind too would be programmed. Your pupils dilate. You spend hours staring at them. You rise to the top of the world.


33 comments:

carol l mckenna said...

Beautiful photography!

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol

TexWisGirl said...

just love your shots. very dreamy. :)

Debbie said...

Like little pops of light!!!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

And here I thought you told me once that you didn't ingest those fungi ;>) (You really don't need to do so I know because you have such a wonderful imagination already!)

Ratty said...

Just think of how strange the mushrooms would look if you ate one of the strange ones.

Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful mushrooms, and the thought of tripping and ending up in rabbits hole, brilliant, ha ha ha.

Giga said...

You have such a great imagination and I think I never try these cute mushrooms. Regards.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Rainfield, I do love your sense of humor and lovely mushroom.. Gorgeous photos, have a great weekend!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

I recommend tripping over roots, and not on drugs, natural or otherwise :)

Gunilla Bäck said...

Cute little mushrooms. Too cute to eat. :-)

Margaret Adamson said...

Lovely images.

Magia da Inês said...


Suas fotos encantam pela delicadeza das imagens que parecem tão frágeis!!!

Bom domingo! Bom semana, amigo!
Beijinhos.
⋰˚هჱ

Vanessa Morgan said...

I do wonder if slugs and snails trip on these mushrooms. I guess it's not the same for animals and people, but you never know :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Lovely shots of the mushrooms and that's an interesting question as to whether slugs and snails trip on psilocybin.

Judy said...

The second image is my favourite!!! These are such delicate little mushrooms!!!

Laura. M said...

Very good rainfiel. I like the blur !!
Good Sunday.
a hug.

Sharkbytes said...

I find just staring at water to be mind-altering. Haven't tried that with little mushrooms.

Small Kucing said...

LOL...for me it looks like tiny umbrellas

Linda said...

How gorgeous!!!

Angie said...

amazing shots of mushrooms like always..

namaki said...

Mushrooms are magic !

HansHB said...

A beautiful serie!

DeniseinVA said...

Fantastic photos! Your mushroom shots are very impressive.

Juliana said...

Ох! знову традиційні гриби))) ви мабуть професіонал у цій сфері!

xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :)

Gail Dixon said...

I remember when psychedelic mushrooms were all the rage in high school. Glad I didn't partake in that. Love your shroom shots, though!

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful shots of these delicate little mushrooms.

MTWaggin said...

Lovely shots of the tiny delicate ones and you do wonder if they have any effect on the wildlife that might ingest them. Hmmmm....

Hannah said...

The whiteness of the mushroom caps does make them seem to rise, like parachutes going up instead of down, you seem to rise with them, I hope you can float away from the tentacles.

Diane AZ said...

The little mushrooms are like a string of lights, very attractive!

RNSANE said...

Something keeps drawing you back to those mushrooms, rainfield, so I wouldn't doubt that little critters from within there an umbrella shaped beauty has inhabited your brain by now.

Laura said...

BEautifully photographed!!! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

Judy said...

Lovely images, but the first is my favourite!!

Helma said...

Fine and delicate, these little mushrooms.