Today's Simulacra can be found hiding in the garden.
First up is Carlton K at Spiderbite Studios in Richmond, VA who found this cluster of mushrooms growing in his backyard.
Our next foundling is from Linda K. Williams in Tucson, AZ who discovered this old stem of snapdragons flowers that produced these cool skull seed pods.
Parterre C says:
As the days begin to noticeably shorten, and the liveliness of our surroundings start their dormancy it is wonderful to see how our surroundings are symbolizing what we know is happening under the surface. Thank you both for sharing your simulacra finds with us.
Keep sending those pictures in, we always love seeing what our skull
hunters find. Anyone is welcomed to participate, it's fun and it's easy-
if you see a simulacra skull, photograph it and send those pictures in
to our submissions address with a little something about what it is really and maybe a little about you.