Mushroom Monday or the continuation of the mushroom show (22 photos)

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Are you thinking just being a mushroom? I do not know. But I can see them piercing through the earth to see the sunlight. It is not easy to escape from the captivity of the darkness of the dungeon. But if you gather your strength and do it, you will get a new amazing experience. True, sometimes you have to pay for this with your life. But we are all going to die sometime.

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Today I once again returned from the forest. There are many photos, but they are not ready for publication yet. But I haven't run out of stock from my last walk with my friend @qwerrie.

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The resulting photos are really a lot and they can be posted in different thematic communities. But our goal was mushrooms, so the main one will be posted here.

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We will return to the red fly agarics, but I cannot but mention and show one of the king of mushrooms ... this is the boletus mushroom.

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It is a versatile mushroom. You can cook it in any of the ways you know. Moreover, it will always be white and delicious in taste. When such a mushroom catches the eye in the forest, the heart always stops for a moment ... I don't know why.

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But these mushrooms do not interest me as a mushroom picker, but I love to deal with them with macros. The smallest mushrooms have the most interesting shapes. We usually don't even notice them.
The second mushroom is very poisonous, it may not be fatal, but quite serious. If I'm not mistaken, this is a tiger fly agaric.

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This triptych is composed of forest champignon (Cortinarius caperatus) or ringed cap. There are the most of these mushrooms in the forest. I practically did not photograph them. But this adult cap somehow caught my attention. Apparently because of the shape of the cap. Already in post-processing, I noticed some kind of insect on the edge of this hat. Apparently this is one of those friends of the mushroom picker who leaves holes and caverns in the mushrooms.

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This mushroom looks strange, but it is beautiful. I have already said that I love to photograph all sorts of small toadstools. Such mushrooms are not striking and their appearance is very unusual.

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But I want to finish the walk by where I began. Yes, it will be the king of mushrooms, Amanita muscaria. Looking ahead, I will note that during my yesterday's walk I saw more fly agarics than caps. But I will show this later, and now our previous models are on the catwalk.

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If you think that I am the only one who love fly agarics ... I will tell you a big secret, not alone. But in order to love them, you need to know what they are for and how useful they are. I won't even say anything about their beauty. One of my posts will be dedicated only to them.

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And it's time for us to get out of the forest and say goodbye until the next meeting.

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CameraSony A7М2
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