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Spent a most enjoyable day today with Mike (greyheron53) in Thorndon Park, Essex.
This was a Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus) that we came across quite some time after we first smelt it.
Sigma 10-20mm, bean bag, ND grad filter.
beautiful shot, great depth of field, angle and colors. It does look like a fertility symbol, doesn't it. Good photo. Regards, Bert
Many thanks Graeme and Bert, your comments are much appreciated.
Many thanks Pete, also very much appreciated
Amazing!! Great shot.
Nice angle to this,great light and colour too.
Well composed and captured.........
Now that's a fine Stinkhorn Very good work.
it is different
like the use of the wide angle very much, great capture
Hi Clive, good to see you got at least one keeper ;o) Congrats on the HC, well deserved.
Thanks for a great day out...looking forward to the next...& some more finds!!!
An excellent photograph of this mushroom in its natural habitat.
Its that time again! Congrats on the HC.
Love the low angle and composition.Excellent Clive.
Brilliant use of that 10-20mm lens. Well done.
LOL Clive, congrats on the HC - there are a few other choice titles you could have used
Many thanks to everyone who has viewed/and to those who have commented, all are very much appreciated.
Congratulations on the HC! I like the way you used the 10-20mm to include the woodland.
An eye-catching photo. The colours are suprisingly bright for a fungi photo, and everything is still so green...
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