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Pat Exum

Hi Karen, Talking about fungi, I have never seen so many in our yards since we have been in SC. Everyday or so there pop up, maybe because we have been having rain almost everyday, they are large white cushions, very kool looking.
I miss you and Holley and the so many others I wish I could be there for your show, I would love to see both yours and Holley's works. Hope you have a great show!

Karen Rexrode

We really miss you. All of us have gone in different directions with photography. Much more tactile and 3D. It would be fun to share with you.
Take pictures of those odd fungus things.Send them to the "Hall of Fame". I would love to see some of them. They make for great photography.

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