8 fungi, a snail and a frog [16 foto]

in Fungi Lovers2 months ago (edited)

Hola, setero! Today I share some mushroom impressions I brought from my summer holidays. All of this was shot at the village south to St.Petersburg, Russia.

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The up-side of this polypore mushroom do not look like so intrigue and attrctive and mesmerizing, like the downside one, which is a pure maze.

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A Woolly milkcap, it has such a nice 'whooly' texture. A cropped fragment of same mushroom (no scale down) shows it pretty well. Now you got the idea why did it receive its name. It was a pure pleasure to observe its growing, developing and aging... I took two dozen of pictures. This mushroom doesnt change drastically its shapes during its grouth, tho.

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The mushroom was standing alone in the field of dead spruce leaves, and resembled an elves' house ready to accept habitants a lot.

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A matured puff-ball.

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A snail grazing on an old slimy decaying Russula fungus. I was attracted very much by this fungus texture: it cracked and its cap was scattering away, like a flower's petals, not an everyday kind of a sight.

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A coral mushroom.

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A little froggie on a mushroom. Isnt it nice? Look, how one little extra details alters all the ensemble, and makes the picture become to sing? I have shoot a lot of amanita mushrooms back in Auguest, they are quite spectacular without any dead flies around or without the frogs... but if a frog included, it momentarily levels up your capture. So... what I can say to my brother photographers? If you grabbed a camera and goint to the local woods to take some fungi macros, you better put into your bag a dozen of frogs and snails as a props, this will benefit your pictures a lot!!

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UFO (unidentified fungi). We had a whole 'strawberry fields' of this specie back in August.


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Again, UFO (another kind of them).

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Those are grilled, and very very tiny. Appeared at different flowerbeds in our garden.

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An Ugly milk cap - with a froggie bonus.


Now, its time to part ways, I wish you good luck -- and Good Hunting!
All the pictures taken with Canon 350D and Tamron 60mm lens.

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very good shot, looks all these mushrooms are dazzling amazing .... cool.

Grazie Mille! glad you like my efforts.

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hello dear friend @qwerrie good night
What a beautiful post congratulations
What beautiful finds and beautiful images that you have been able to capture.
I really appreciate that you let us know all this information about them.
I take this opportunity to wish you a splendid afternoon and a happy start to the week

Excelente!! Bellísimas fotografías.