Fungus amung us

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  1. nikon90s

    nikon90s TPF Noob!

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    I went for a hike in Glacier and I found that there where a fungus amung us..


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    I wish I would have got this shot a little more in focus but what can you do...
     
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    we sure don't have mushrooms like that around here. I love pics of mushrooms. I think its too dark but still a nice pic
     
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    Very good picture. I don't mind that it is a little dark as mushrooms grow in low light/ damp conditions. I think it might have been even a better picture if the twigs where removed before shooting.
     
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    Too dark for my tastes. But I agree with Cruzin about the twigs behind the mushrooms. I love the ones in front of them, since that's how you'd see them most likely dirty, with decaying things everywhere. :)

    With a little exposure correction I'd love this shot.
     
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    I did remove the twigs what you are looking at are roots I did not want to remove them becouse they might have taking the mushrooms with them.
     
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    great! can we eat them?
     
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    Damn! my kingdom for a pair of sissors. eh? :) roots or no roots the picture is a definate keeper
     
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