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Angle shades moth...
Amazing what can be found in your own back garden, excellent work Mike.
Lovely detail and well timed capture.
Excellent use of the opportunity Clive. Love the movement in the sky and in the flags on the boat.
By: clive burrow
Three in a row
Love the composition and light on this Clive, well worth all the aggravation.
Amazing detail and quite alien in its appearance, excellent macro work Steve.
Poplar Hawk-moth Caterpillar
Super close up work Steve.
Cracking composition and lovely tones in the sky, nice work Clive.
Working the angles...
A fine image Mike, love the composition and colours. Excellent work.
Stunning macro work Steve.
Glad to see you found some in good condition Ronnie, nicely captured.
Love the pin mould fungi on the shroom behind, total of three fungi in one shot, great stuff.
Magpie Inkcaps I
Most definitely Magpie Inkcaps, one of my favourite fungi.
"Shaggy Ink Cap"
Two fine captures of this fine fungi, nice work Ronnie.
Dog Stinkhorn ...
Lucky you, what a lovely find Mike.
Fungi 2014 No 9
Beautiful capture Adrian.
"Down Below The Fairy Stools"
Nice work Ronnie, shows these beauties off very nicely.
Absolutely sublime Mike, I do wonder what else you have in that archive of yours.
Simple yet very effective, good use of tones.
Excellent capture of this fine specimen, set off nicely against the autumn tones of the leaves.
A shroom with no name
They look more like Lepiota aspera as the Cystoderma amianthinum does not have a scaly cap.
A fine image all the same.
Fungi 2014 No 5
A fine detailed capture Adrian, looks like you have taken well to this fungi malarkey.
A delight to view Mike, love the Autumnal tones. Just wish they appeared more often.
GSW on Stick
Now that is rather nice Sylvia, that background sets it off a treat.
That is rather nice Keith, excellent detail and nicely lit.
Fungi 2014 No 2
A very nice up and under capture Adrian, it makes a change to see the gill detail.
It looks very much like a Common Bonnet Mycena galericulata
A sublime image Mike, hope to get there next year.
The new toy is working well for you Ronnie, nicely taken.
Nicely captured, just enough DoF and good detail.
Nice low perspective and they look good against that sky, nice work Keith.
Very fine capture Ade, I don't think they are a member of the Waxcap family though. They look more like Cortinarius.
Either Cortinarius cinnabarinus or Cortinarius Uliginosus.