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  1. London-GB

    London-GB TPF Noob!

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    Toadstool ! Taken with an S5500.

    Is it edible ?

    Is it a good photo - go easy I am new !

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  2. lsasseville

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    hmmm nope! this is a baaaad mushroom...lol... it will give you nightmares and daymares if you want to call them that.

    Nice picture though.
     
  3. terri

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    I'd never eat a wild mushroom. At best they cause hallucinations, worst they can kinda kill ya. ;) I like this image. You have a nice strong red in the foreground with its complementary color, green, in the background. It's perfect on the color wheel, and perfect in this image. ;)
     
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    Cool, that dosn't look like the eating or triping kind. I love the subject and the color but Im not crazy about the composition.
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Looks like someone did take a bit for a good "daymare" :)...
    But no, this one is not edible.

    For a centred photo such as this one I might have tried to place myself squarely above the mushroom -- like this, part sideview, I would have preferred it a bit more off centre.

    But I like the red and green. Two colours that go very well together, and terri even knows why :D. I only know that I like them together. They give me good feelings, when red and green are together. But in music I also never know why I like this chord and that one not so much, while musicians DO know why this is so. This is the difference between a total layperson (amateur) and a pro...
     

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