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Amanita muscaria

By shaun
Ok, I know this is the 'Robin' of the mushroom world, but my portfolio is sorely missing a Fly Agaric! (and a Robin come to that Wink

This pristine little chap was taken at the
Epping Forest meet on 29 October 2006.

[100mm, f/8, 1/6s, ISO100]

Tags: Fungi Fungus Mushroom Epping Flowers and plants Toadstool Fly agaric Amanita muscaria

Voters: KaylaR, Blenkinsopp, Tetters and 13 more


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Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
30 Oct 2006 6:50PM
Nice capture, great detail and colour

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KatieR 13 6.2k 6
30 Oct 2006 6:51PM
Nooooooooooo!
That's MY 'shroom!

But, ok, I'll lend it to you because you were kind enough to give me a lift. And kind enough to go wandering off so we could find it.

Oh, lovely shot, by the way.
I think you must have had a very experienced reflector-holder, perhaps.

:O)
shaun 13 368 England
30 Oct 2006 6:53PM
So sorry Katie - but credit must go to the reflector holder of course Wink
rhiw_com 11 24
30 Oct 2006 6:55PM
An amazing capture, a superbly sharp image.

Rg Tony
PLCimagery 10 77 1 England
30 Oct 2006 6:59PM
very nice - lovely detail captured
dp 13 163 3 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2006 7:26PM
Nice shot, looks a little cold to me Shaun but it may be this monitor. Dont remember seeing this one, I was working on the big is best principle!

Dave
KaylaR 12 15 United States
30 Oct 2006 10:19PM
Very vibrant colors, great capture
jimbo_t 13 959 England
31 Oct 2006 4:02PM
Nice macro, very vivid colours.
james
shaun 13 368 England
31 Oct 2006 5:22PM
Cheers guys, must admit that on my (un-calibrated) work monitor it does look a bit cold. The white balance was taken from a custom white balance shot taken on the 10D a few shots earlier so should be pretty faithful to the actual lighting conditions.

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