Wednesday, August 5, 2009

What Is It XXVI - Answers

#1 certainly was an interesting looking fungi. I certainly understand the shell answer for this one. It definitely had a pearliest color. It was nestled among the greenery from #2. Regina from the Philippines guesses a mushroom. She always has great photos on her site. Great job on that guess. The color was also a real trickster. #2 It does look like a forest of trees Mac and I'm not growing anything illegal Gaelyn and Joan. Jo from South Africa was the first to guess a succulent plant. It was the best I could do with an ID. Thanks for knowing I was not growing nothing illegal. She has a neat site and was driving a big rig yesterday. Craig was close with the Spider Plant. The small plants were 1/4" diameter.

#3 Pretty tricky putting on two photos of fungi that were so different. It just added to the fun. Craig got this one but missed the first one. He has been to Silver Springs and has a lot of great photos on his site.
I hope you gave it your best guess.

16 comments:

Sara G said...

Great what is it's for this week!!
I didn't even have a clue to what they were!!
Look forward to next week!
Take care

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

No Tom!! This is a different picture again. You went and swapped it on me "jus cos I is rite". LOL!! I know it is a shell because I gave it to you or do you call your shells "mushrooms" there? :)

LOL!! LOL!! Excellent ones there Tom. ONE day I am going to get them right!! :)

Lanny said...
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Lanny said...

oops another busy beginning of the week. Birthdays, horse fetching and farm work! So I missed weighing in. But that's all good 'cause I would have revealed the condition of the glasses in my dishwasher I am sure of it. I absolutely love the chap on your header, even if he is a marauding trouble maker, I sort of have a soft spot for bad fellas. Well, as long as they're cute. I think I might have a picture to stump even the great Tom-santini. I hope I can get to it soon. Sorry 'bout the deleat and repeat but there was a glaring misspelling (even to me) and I just couldn't let it rest.

Craig Glenn said...

Thanks Tom, another great time had at the fishing guy's blog!

Who is the Jo you speak of? Can't be Joan because she makes me call her "Joan the magnificent and all powerful blogger Queen of the world" How do you get to call her Jo? LOL

Craig Glenn

Craver Vii said...

Only 1/4-inch in diameter?! Whoa, was I ever wrong! I imagined them to be four feet tall.

SandyCarlson said...

Ah, it's nice to have another few mysteries solved!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

"Joan the magnificent and all powerful blogger Queen of the world"

That will do nicely thanks Craig, just remember to bow as well please!! LOL!!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Craig: Can you believe I have another blogger from South Africa named Jo. Well, I do and she got one correct. Hit the link.

Tipper said...

I would have never ever gotten this weeks. My only guess would have been moss on the 2nd one. Neat pic!

Shelley said...

I came over to say hello, love your header and it looks like I would'nt have guess any of these! LOL!

Luke said...

certainly an amazing ground cover!

EcoRover said...

What a fun-guy!

Mary said...

Those were extra hard :-)

The Birdlady said...

OK, I'm completely lost!

Gaelyn said...

Whew. I'm sure glad that isn't an illegal plant. LOL! Mushroom would have been my second guess. Maybe I'll have better luck next week.