Yellow Mountain’s woods, in the warm wet weather that happens just after a bit of rain in August, have an amazing variety of fungi.  There were a multitude of representatives for the classics: bright red, bone white, lichen grey, mahogany red, tan, fluorescent yellow and so forth of toadstools, along with a few Indian pipes.  There was also a profusion of bright purple toadstools, which quite frankly were rather a bit much. 

I think my favourite of the fungi, I have also seen this in vivid purple.

Much more purple in real life!

A happy slime mold, one has to have one!  Happily in the bog, not far from where I saw another this year.

Toadstool par excellence!