Mushrooms? I like mushrooms

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Mushrooms? I like mushrooms

Post by Moebius »

Is this mushroom week?

I found this undisturbed newborn last year. Always wanted to use it for a digital image manipulation piece-of-art somehow, but haven't gotten around to it yet

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Post by Cyclops »

Nice one Ken, looks like the same type I photographed!
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Post by beetleman »

Very nice capture Ken :wink:
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Post by Ken Ramos »

You know this brings to mind something I once read about mushrooms and that is when they erupt from ground, they can generate enough force to crack through concrete! How much concrete wasn't stated but I guess it was a generalization. Nice image! :D

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Post by Macro Beauty »

Looks like cookies and cream.

Those mushrooms sure are powerful dirt movers!
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