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|ÀÂÒÎÐÑÊÈÅ ÏÐÀÂÀ: Lucja Kozuchowska (luciola)
|Exposure: f/5.0, 1/50 ñåêóíä|
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|Âåðñèÿ: Îðèãèíàëüíàÿ âåðñèÿ|
|ÄÀÒÀ ÏÎÄÀ×È: 2016-09-12 4:28|
|[Note Guidelines] ÇÀÌÅÒÊÀ ÔÎÒÎÃÐÀÔÀ [Ïîëüñêèé]|
|For several years in my beautiful Augustow Forest Following fewer and fewer mushrooms, edible and inedible, different shapes and colors. Las smelled like mushrooms.|
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- [2016-09-12 11:04]
Very beautiful! Is it really symbiosis or just juxtaposition?
All the best, Lucja,
Ciao Lucja, lovely composition with beautiful fungi, wonderful natural colors, excellent clarity, fine details and splendid light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- [2016-09-12 16:19]
Hi Lucja,i'm not a fungi expert but i think that this specie is edible,looks like the Armillaria specie living in my country...a lucky meeting and a very sharp capture from above,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- [2016-09-14 19:03]
An attractive group of mushrooms growing on what I assume is an old rotting tree stump. Focus may not be tac sharp, but still very good. The bright green moss contrasts nicely with the mushrooms. Not often do I see fungi growing in a circle pattern like this.
- [2016-10-04 14:49]
Great composition showing these fungi.A truly unique photo.
The species on the photo is the Sulphur Tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare (Huds.) P. Kumm.), which is a parasitic species (changing to saprobic lifestyle when the wood is dead), so I'd hardly call the subject as "symbiosis". But the photo's lovely, indeed.
Kind regards from Ireland, LÃ¡szlÃ³