FRISCO — It’s hard to take a walk in the woods these days without stumbling on mushrooms. They’re everywhere — pushing up through the hard dirt of roadside berms, growing on stumps, pine needles and leaves and hiding beneath the wet grass. Some of the species showing themselves are only found when there’s a late and sustained rainy season in the high country, and the emergence of species like shaggy ink cap (below) means that it’s getting to the end of mushroom season. All the shots in this set were taken during a 20-minute walk near the Meadow Creek trailhead. All the fungi were growing within 50 feet of the road.