FungiFriday - You cannot hide!

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I was walking around fields and between the trees for a couple of hours yesterday hoping to find all kinds of mushrooms, but I only got a few. Wrong place me thinks and a little too late for that spot me thinks. The space is more open than the mushroom like and thus I can back hope with very few photos.

But, I did catch those little guys! The smallest few of the whole bunch. As the sun was setting it was harder to see them, but this one was in the spotlight!
It almost looks as if I used to extra lamp, but no - it's the sun shining though some branches as it was lowering down.

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The camera obviously did not like the mushrooms and instead of focusing on it, I got plenty of shots like this:

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Yes.. the soil is pretty and all, but come on. Cooperate!

A few steps away I found another one of those. But this time it was on the dark side. And his long was not long enough to see the light.

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Few more little ones that I was a little too late too shot. The dark side took over one more time...
We are all doomed!

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As a bonus today:
The Calendulas are blooming away despite the cold and short days. But I remember shooting some of them in Poland after a night snowfall, so I guess they just don't care much are the dark side low temperatures. One of very few flowers that were in bloom.

And of course there had to be a bugger.

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Shot with Nikon D5500 + Sigma 105mm lens
All photos, graphics and text are my own.



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Yay, you did caught some tiny ones :) And had a great walk :D

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I did I did :D
Last time in that place I found some super tiny growing on a bark. Didn't see them this time.
I'll look in another place :)

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I'll look in another place :)

Well, I can tell you a secret, where you can shoot as many as you want... but I suppose walking to that place is not an option :D you would miss so many FungiFridays before you finally arrive there on foot 😁

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it's fascinating to see that fungus can grow anywhere as long as there is water and little shade they can grow I have a garden there grow some their color is blown but I don't eat them cause they might be bad for me

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They are so cute @ewkaw. Great find. I do like the flowers too. With the little bug in it. Looks like a great walk and discovery. 😊

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You camera didn't even want to focus on the task at hand I see. This mushroom hunting is becoming difficult I see for many including myself. We will all persevere in the end!

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Your mushrooms not only look beautiful in the photo, but also thrips pests :-)

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