Logras trasmitir el frescor del bosque con todos sus aromas.Un saludo: Angel
I love fungi and have a book on them, though that is of the fungi here in the British Isles.
The textures of fungi are always fascinating to look at. Good shot!
Amazing find- nice light too.
a.s.m. - thank you! The woods are amazing places, aren't they? :)Paul - I'd love a book just like that for the Northeast US. These may be common oyster mushrooms, I think (that's why I need the book).Jim - thank you, and thanks for dropping by!William - very true, they're fascinating in their myriad and unusual variety:)Chrissy - thank you! I'm lucky to be near woods, though it looks like you've also lovely areas near you:)
Well this is a different sort of photograph from you. Lovely lighting. Did you use a flash?
Wow! Great fungi!And very nice shot!Thanks for sharing.***Hope you are having a wonderful week****
It's a pretty one.
Oh wow. The hornets are just the bonus, lol! Once again, nature is beautiful, huh? I know, I know, I keep repeating myself...
It's so amazing the way they grow.
Olá!Passei para uma visitinha.Amei as suas fotos.Bom fim de semana!Beijinhos.Brasil♪♫°✿°`╮
LOLfromPasa - haha, yes a bit more 'mushroom-y' than usual :) I didn't use a flash (haven't figured out how to make my flash photos look less harsh and overlit), but got lucky with a bit of sun peeking through the leaves. Hope to take more woodsy shots now the weather's cooler.Mildred - thank you! Love seeing these.Stefan - thank you! I wish I knew what it was:)cieldequimper - welcome back & hope you had a nice break! Haha, that's a great attitude, hornets were a bonus:) Nature can be marvelous, can't ever say it enough:)Randy - they're amazing things, hope your midterm went well!Magia - thank you! And thank you for dropping by!
That is a beauty!
It's like you can't look away from them, they're eerily fascinating. Good one!
I would have been the same Lulu, what a weird and wonderful shape!
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