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Taken today at Mere sands, in rufford.
hope you like it, these are the first I have ever seen, C&C's welcome as always.
enjoy the rest of your weekend
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Fantastic detail and colours in the large version. Good use of selective focus.
I have never seen these before.
An unusual variety Angie - got your book yet...?
Hi Angie,these are excellent,love the detail,lighting and exposure,glad you knew what they were.Superb composition.Take care.Ann
I saw some similar,along with other mushrooms but thought they were just burn't.lol.
Have you phoned the cops to tell them you found a body buried in the woods?
I wouldn't have known what the hell they were
Lovely colours and composition Angie. Well done.
excellent selective focus and lovely sharp detail
Fantastic macro shot Angie.
I've never seen them before, but will keep my eyes open for them from now on.
Stunning macro Angie, ah the advantage of hieght )) getting down low, me I just crush all around me when trying this :-((((
A striking shot.
Angie these are definetly unique and resemle dead fingers up out of the ground! well done and is that what there called?
Never seen these before. Fabulous macro. Pam
I like the tones and detail in this Angie, excellent exposure.
Unusuall find Angie and very well captured. Superb closeup.
Thank you everyone
unless I was told wrong by the ranger yes that is what they are called.
Roy, oops better call them
Davie...stop picking on me ;o)
again Thanks all
Details on this species of fungi
Common Name: Dead Mans Fingers
Scientific Name: Xylaria polymorpha, Xylaria sp.
Characteristics: Black elongated growth fruiting from decayed wood although it may look as if they are growing from the ground. If you snap one in half, the flesh inside is white.
Edibility: I wouldn't and doubt you would either.
Time of year: Spring through late Summer
Location: in wooded areas
Well done Angie. The leaves are a little distracting for me. 60mm on your shopping list now ??
Great DoF angie, lovely shot.
Lovely shot. I actually think this one works better than your cropped photo from 'tomorrow' lol! V. unusual!
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