20 times when people went to the forest for ordinary mushrooms, and returned with mushroom "treasures"
You can be an ardent lover of mushrooms and gorgeously devour all kinds of dishes from them, or you can wry your nose and run away from the kitchen from one mushroom smell. But both people can be equally curious about picking mushrooms and enthusiastically studying their "prey", which comes in a variety of shapes, colors and sizes.
"I think you all will love this leaf that I found in my front garden."
"The most valuable find of our yesterday's walk is the blue milkman"
"I was lucky and I found a rather large combed hedgehog"
This mushroom, similar to Morchella umbrina, was found in Indiana, USA
“I found him on my porch in South Florida surrounded by flies and other insects. It smells awful, smelling like rotten fish or something definitely not alive
“Bumped into this guy while walking the dog”
“The biggest and most gorgeous mushroom I have ever encountered!
What beautiful mushrooms do not exist in nature! This is, for example, lemon oyster
This lacquered tinder fungus is so large that it can actually be used as a fan.
Perfection of nature
Found in a Virginia forest, this red mushroom looks like a makeup sponge.
He looks so happy! Good boy
This Galiella mushroom looks like it is filled with peanut butter.
Agree, this mushroom looks like something from a horror movie
It is a conical hygrocybe, also called a witch's hat
This mushroom, known as lattice red, gives off the smell of rotting flesh when mature.
Elaeomyxa Cerifera is an iridescent purple mushroom, first discovered in 1942. These mushrooms secrete hispidin, making them sparkle like a disco ball.
The mushrooms are wonderful!
This, ladies and gentlemen, is an inedible mushroom hygrocybe motley
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20 things that someone threw away, while others saw real treasures in them and picked up
Did you know that treasures can be found in the most unexpected places and that you don't even need a pirate treasure map? After all, what has value looks different for everyone. For one, it is gold and money, but for another, a thing that he always dreamed of, but could not find. In New York, for example, there is a tradition of leaving unnecessary items right on the sidewalk so that anyone can pick them up. This is how some people get rid of what they no longer need, while others get what they have been looking for for a long time. Bemorepanda collected some of them.
This is the catch! Now someone will have a real jungle at home
A real gem! Everything that Smeg produces costs a lot of money, so these guys are very lucky.
Such a find can only be envied.
It is unclear how anyone was able to throw away this beautiful mirror.
Isn't it great?
"Look what I found in the dumpster tonight. These are not just trinkets, but real jewelry."
An excellent couch for a psychotherapist's office. I just want to lie down on it and relax
"I have even incorporated this dressing table into my interior. In my opinion, quite well."
"My God! Why would anyone decide to get rid of this luxurious piece of furniture ?!"
An ideal subway ride should look like this
Just a luxurious cage that someone took and left on the street
"Found these brand new boots today with a tag just a week after my winter boots broke!"
"I don't know what I'm going to do with this, but this is a fully working vintage sewing machine."
"Found this pair of sterling silver earrings last night in the trash can. My joy was boundless!"
"A couple of days ago I found this really cool bottle opener in the dumpster!"
"Found this first 1934 edition of Mary Poppins in a trash can. Good luck!"
A real gem!
"These beauties are vintage and not for sale anywhere. Who thought of throwing them away?"
"Is it strange that I expect to open this closet and see a magical portal there?"
Grandmothers and grandfathers are those people who fed us something tasty, when we, as children, came to visit them, they gave us cute trinkets, and sometimes money, so that we ourselves could buy ourselves what we want. And grandmothers and grandfathers are lovely, kind and spontaneous, and now you will see for yourself.
“My 90-year-old grandmother sent me a homemade vest to 'wear to parties.' This is amazing!"
Grandfather with vitiligo crochets dolls so that children with this condition feel better
“I have not seen my grandparents for several months due to quarantine, and they finally figured out how to 'see each other without meeting in person.' It was my grandfather's face when he saw me "
“My granny from Great Britain knitted a blanket for a baby elephant named Chanyasa from South Africa. It arrived 4 months later and she was so happy when she found out. "
“Initially, my grandmother didn't want me to have a turtle. But now I returned home, and my pet is sporting a knitted watermelon sweater "
This grandfather made an amazing cradle for his grandson
"My grandfather has a collection of caps from every university that his grandchildren graduated from, and today I have to give him mine."
93-year-old grandmother, her grandson and a suitable dog
“My grandma loves apple pies. It was her Christmas present. "
“I got my phone wet while visiting my grandmother and asked if she had any rice to put it in. And then she pulled it out of the kitchen cabinet. Imagine, my grandmother has a special container with rice for her phone! "
“My grandmother wanted to see the ocean one last time before she went to hospice. Her face speaks volumes "
"The first selfie my grandfather took on his new phone"
“I forgot my blanket at my 90-year-old grandmother's house and asked her to give it back. She wrapped cookies and cakes inside. "
Grandpa tattooed himself a hearing aid to look like his grandson
“My cat tore up his favorite toy. And my grandmother agreed to sew it up while he waited patiently "
"My 84-year-old grandmother apologized for appearing in front of us in her nightgown."
I said that this is not a problem and that this thing really looks very comfortable, so she immediately suggested one of them to me. I just couldn't refuse this generous gift.
“My dog is very nervous when he drives his car, so we asked my grandmother to sit in the back with her. During the trip, all I heard was how the grandmother calms our dog, saying that we will be arriving soon and that he is a brave boy. "
"My great-grandmother, who turned 103 this year, laughs with my two-month-old daughter."
“Just before he died, my grandfather told my grandmother that he had money hidden in a sock. This is what she found in that very "sock" "
“Ten years ago, my grandparents agreed to take care of our cat while my family was on vacation. We still can't bring her back. "