Mature Indian Pipe on Rainy Morning

in late summer the Indian Pipe straightens up

in late summer the Indian Pipe straightens up

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2 Responses to “Mature Indian Pipe on Rainy Morning”

  1. roberta Says:

    they look so pink alive and ready to pollinate at the end of the season- then in spring- they come up like ghostly waxy flowers that are already dead. strangest fungi.

  2. Bobbie Says:

    They are so beautiful! Funny, most I see are whitish, this pink is really neat!

    Got afew photos I have to send you, Phil…

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