Puffball Mushrooms and Stagshorn Fungi

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    Calvatia excipuliformis (white puffball mushrooms) and Clavulinopsis fusiformis (bottom right).

    Booo Zone☮, meltedcheese, and 39 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. PeterYoung1. 43 months ago | reply

      Excellent find and capture

    2. Chris - Richards 43 months ago | reply

      Nature never ceases to amaze.

    3. meltedcheese 43 months ago | reply

      Very cool. Love the detail of the things on top of the puffballs!

    4. Spangles44 The cheerful photographer!!!!! 43 months ago | reply

      stunning capture beautiful composition too

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    5. Riccardo Brig Casarico 43 months ago | reply

      Foto molto bella, complimenti !!
      un saluto,
      Riccardo

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    6. AvóQuéu 43 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this beautiful shot


      PRETTY NATURE PHOTOS

    7. kabrielll 43 months ago | reply

      If mushrooms would be able to speak :)Fairy-tale...
      Great work Alan!

    8. Alan MacKenzie 43 months ago | reply

      Abbots Wood is a 20 minute walk from Polegate Railway Station, heading north. The forest is occupied by Roe and Fallow deer and has a wonderful display of bluebells in April.

    9. Alan MacKenzie 43 months ago | reply

      Thank you, and it was nice to have more than one fungal species in the same picture.

    10. Harold vd Berge 43 months ago | reply

      Great shot with nice colors and composition!!

    11. Sussex Wildlife Trust 43 months ago | reply

      This is great. i love the collection of puffballs on the stump. I will share.

    12. Alan MacKenzie 43 months ago | reply

      Please do. Any news on the redesigned SWT website? One of my pictures (starlings) is going to on the Contact Us page.

    13. hapsnaps 43 months ago | reply

      lovely shot, very interesting find

    14. pierre hanquin 43 months ago | reply

      very beautiful, amazing details

    15. jump for joy2010 41 months ago | reply

      wow...double whammy. Wonderful fungi images Alan...found your stream through fellow contact John Nunney

    16. Alan MacKenzie 41 months ago | reply

      He's a good man. I've never met him, but he seems like a good chap to me. Our paths crossed at Birling Gap in March 2011, but we didn't realise it, until we saw each other's photographs on Flickr and thought, "hang on a minute, this sunset looks familiar!"

    17. (^-^) SUE (^-^) 38 months ago | reply

      how perfect, with the orange fungus too.

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