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Tag Archives: fairytales
I don’t know what this is – something about Baba Yaga, and someone named Goblin according to Google Translate – but I love it!
South Park’s Imaginationland is full of amanitas, of course!
“Amanita Dreams” by jslattum “Amanita” by airin-ater “Amanita Muscaria” by Sobii “Witch by the name Amanita” by IrenHorrors “apothecary Amanita” by NadinePau
The terrible, terrible Syfy movie Black Forest features impossibly giant Amanita muscaria growing inside a stone circle (even though they are a mycorrhizal mushroom that requires a tree’s root system to grow) during the wrong time of year. There are … Continue reading
illustrations by John Bauer (1882-1918)
Lucy Palmer makes fairytale-inspired jewelry that reminds me of another favorite, Anna Talbot. One of Palmer’s pieces, Hansel & Gretel, features a couple giant Amanita mushrooms next to the witch’s house! (Quite appropriate.)
It’s off to work we go: from Disney’s classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs