Tuesday, 23 October 2007

Not perfect

Voor de eerste paddestoelfoto heb ik deze gekozen. Ze zijn niet perfect gevormd en daarom vind ik het wel een leuke foto, is weer eens wat anders.

For the first mushroom photo I have chosen these. They are not perfect shaped and that is why I like this photo.

25 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Wow. They look like a ferrie has visited and cut neat slices out to eat for lunch. Are these posionous?

They photograph nice.

B E 6 6 said...

Mooie herfst plaat, de vorm van de natuur is altijd mooi ook al is hij niet perfect, hier heb ik nog geen paddestoelen gezien.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Dick heel mooi,
inderdaad eens wat anders maar ook nog steeds mooi Texel toch?

'k was vandaag ook "herfst oa paddo's" gaan fotograferen, helaas verkeerde lens bij me, 'tele ipv macro' wat blurry als resultaat, zo zonde ,goede les. hmm yak:)

inspired said...

amazing ;o]

dot said...

I've never seen mushrooms like those. They sure made a pretty picture!
You must live in a very beautiful place if it is like Cumberland Island. Do you have hurricanes there? I've googled before. I'm going to google Texel again.

dot said...

It sounds like a paradise and you were born there? It really sounds very similar to Cumberland. I couldn't find out much about the weather.

Mike said...

How lovely, with the leaves as a backdrop. Great.

GMG said...

Great colours, beautiful picture!

Andrea said...

I have never seen mushrooms like these either. These are so pretty. And like Mike, the leaves make a nice background. You did good......again. ;)

R&R in The Netherlands said...

They are colorful, I think the slices add some interest.

Dick, I'm tagging you (again, I see) today. See our post at www.wassenaardailyphoto.blogspot.com.

happyone said...

I'm another one who has never seen mushrooms like these but they make a wonderful photo!! I love the colors!!

Dick said...

(Abe) I think they are posionous.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Gorgeous aminitas--they are aminitas, right? Anyway, lovely mushrooms, lovely photos, I like that they aren't "perfect" (they look pretty perfect to me) and it's a great composition.

don said...

hummmm ik krijg spontaan honger....

Texel in vogelvlucht. Gerard said...

Ik zou het eten niet aanraden, want deze vliegenzwam(Amanita Muscaria) is licht giftig.Het eten hiervan kan tot vergiftigingsverschijnselen lijden, maar heeft (vaak) geen ernstige gevolgen.Mooie herfstfoto, met ook hele mooie echte herfstkleuren.

Texel in vogelvlucht. Gerard said...

Ik zou het eten niet aanraden, want deze vliegenzwam(Amanita Muscaria) is licht giftig.Het eten hiervan kan tot vergiftigingsverschijnselen lijden, maar heeft (vaak) geen ernstige gevolgen.Mooie herfstfoto, met ook hele mooie echte herfstkleuren.

Emery Roth II said...

I've never seen mushrooms like these. The color is wonderful against grass and leaves. Beautiful composition.

USAincognito said...

They look like round pieces of cheese with slices taking out of them! ;)

Ackworth Born said...

These are definitely toadstools and very poisonous. Not edible mushrooms at all. I forget what they are called but they often grow around birch trees.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Great picture.. I have an idea that this is called the 'Fly Agaric' and it is very toxic... it was smoked by druids, and is the most powerful of whats known as 'Magic' muchrooms. Fairy's are often seen sitting by these, and it's all linked with the so called magic within..but like I have said the toxin is very powerful and should be avoided.

Lynette said...

Great composition in your photo. The different shapes and textures plus the colors makes for a fine photo. I know you're happy with it.

Amrita said...

They look so delicious wonder if they can be eaten

Amrita said...

Another thought, they look like pizza to me

Zyzzyz said...

he he amrita eat these and you will be sent into wild time hallucigena worse than lsd man even though they may not kill you

Ackworth Born said...

I've just done a post on my blog about the fly agaric fungus and have linked to half a dozen other fungi posts including yours here.

http://ackworthborn.blogspot.com/2007/10/abc-wednesday-o-is-for-oswaldtwistle.html

cheers