Red 'Shroons

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  1. willard3

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    Like a beacon in the night....they are natural.

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    I've never seen anything like those before! Nice find.

    Although the point of nature photography is to capture... well... nature, If you don't mind some critique I'd have to say in this case it might have been worth cleaning off the dirt around the bottom of those in the second shot. The twig is rather distracting too.

    Are these close by? I'm wondering what effects you could get at night.
     
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    I like to leave stuff alone both before and after I take the picture. I could clone the twig out, but didn't.

    I certainly don't mind critique as it helps me improve.

    The shroons have gone by for this year.....they shrivel up in about 5 days.
     
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    Do they grow in poop??
     
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    Lovely! I've seen some reddish shrooms, but never such bright red as these (and the frilled one is even more interesting, with the look of 'veins' to it too).
     
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    They grow in open deciduous/conifer woods in leaf litter
     

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