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Fly agaric

By martin174
Fly agaric is a poisonous woodland fungus. It appears in autumn typically found under birch trees, sometimes in large numbers or in rings. It is also common in coniferous woods and plantations.
This was not a perfect specimen. It appeared to have been nibbled on on one side and had a small hole on the top. However I got down low to the ground using live view mode with camera and lens resting on my wifes feet to get more or less the shot I was after. Thank you to my wife for her patience.
Thank you for looking.
Martin

Tags: General Fungus Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Fly agaric Poisonous

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Comments


20 Nov 2011 6:09PM
stunning picture .bol

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JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2011 7:10PM
Lovely image
Ju
20 Nov 2011 7:49PM
Great macro!
Sam.
susanbarton 8 11 1 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2011 10:11AM
May be not a perfect specimin as they are hard to come by but a superb shot.... thanks o your wife's feet!

Susan
1 May 2012 10:19AM
Nice crop & good light. Well captured.

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