Start with this a series of publications where I will be presenting photographs.
The intention is to share these images, which in my opinion, for those of us who are fond of mushrooms, it is always very nice to enjoy them.
Thank you very much for getting here and seeing this right now. :) 🙂
IMAGE Nº1: In this photo we can see why it is popularly called “egg” this mushroom; in this image, the similarity with a “fried egg” is quite obvious.
IMAGE Nº2: Esta es una imagen muy especial para mí; era una de las primeras oronjas que encontraba (prácticamente en medio del camino, por cierto), y aunque no fue intencionado, al pasar la foto al ordenador y verla en detalle, pude observar la presencia, algo desenfocada, del perro mirando, al fondo. Creo que este detalle, que, como ya digo, no fue intencionado, le da un aire especial. (El perro, por cierto, se llama Black)
IMAGE Nº3: Here we see two specimens, that being together, although they are in a different phase of growth, allow us to clearly see these two differentiated aspects of the same mushroom.
IMAGE Nº4: In this shot, which is deliberate, we see this beautiful specimen in the foreground, showing a nearly perfect spherical shape … And, in the background, more blurry, the basket, in front of him, if you look at it, still see two more copies. (Maybe it’s harder to see, but the other one was very beautiful and also in this “spherical” way).
IMAGE Nº5: The original image was bigger. That is, I made an extension until I left this first plan of the mushroom. I was surprised by the natural and subtle balance that is seen: the leaf almost seems to be floating in the air and does not touch the mushroom, but it is delicately held up by the other leaf on it. Mother Nature offers us “little big moments” of undeniable Beauty.
IMAGE Nº6: Well, about that, besides being a beautiful specimen, the sand on the hat is a detail that also gives it a special look.
IMAGE Nº7: This is the “face A”… Mushroom in the foreground, in a phase of growth not so advanced with what we see in the background.
IMAGE Nº8: And this is the “B face”… If you look at it, in the bottom on the left we see the mushroom that in the previous photo we see in the foreground.
IMAGE Nº9: And here we have them both together. 🙂
IMAGE Nº10: I have the title “The Lady Is Hiding”, because it gives me the feeling that the “Queen” timidly wanted to hide herself. It is a really nice specimen.
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