High Water Abounding

I guess I forgot to post this! A selection of photos taken on a walk around Bisbee before the recent rains!

A diaphanous Coprinus cluster, well-hydrated:

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Perhaps a species of Lepiota growing from decaying cottonwood roots, near a three-foot-wide stump:

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Notice how this cluster of mushrooms has engulfed an Ailanthus leaf, which nevertheless continues its photosynthesis:

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Drainage canal shots:

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A mysterious door on Mayer Avenue gushes forth water:

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Three shots of Brewery Gulch, still taped off but after six dump-truck loads of gravel and debris had been hauled away:

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Larry

One comment on “High Water Abounding

  1. bev says:

    Bisbee as I have yet to see it.

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