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Former Elder

By Tony_Baloni
Hi. Here's another of my most photographed type of Mushroom. Taken on the former Cunningham Estate very near the site of the Mansion House these shrooms seem to grow best on decaying Elder trees.

There was something nice about the lighting when I shot these but I've just nearly caught that.

Tags: Fungi Mushroom Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Toadstool

Voters: StephenBrighton, GlynnisFrith, simon_stacey and 19 more


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Comments


1 Mar 2008 7:42PM
Seems you have captured the texture of these fungi well.
Simon

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Bob_V 9 1 2 United States
1 Mar 2008 8:01PM
superbly captured Tony, great light and texture.
Bob
Paul_cats 10 61 22 Scotland
1 Mar 2008 8:01PM
Amazing depth of colour in this and the texture of the mushroom is fab. Has to be viewed large to fully appreciate. Nice one.
Paul
steve5452 12 15 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2008 8:25PM
Fantastic colours and details, it looks great large.

[:o)
mrswoolybill Plus
9 968 1494 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2008 10:01PM
I think they are talking to each other...
Moira
dianah 10 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2008 5:27PM
These fungi have taken on personalities of their own now Tony..rather like a family! Another great shot.
Di
HUMIE 9 2 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2008 8:12PM
Excellent image...great light , colour and texture.

*Mike*

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