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|Forests in Finland during the Autumn are bountiful. Everywhere berries and mushrooms can be found - and can be used to make wonders in the kitchen.|
In the picture are lingonberries (also known as cowberries) a Gomphidius Roseus mushroom and Reindeer moss (the grey one on the left).
I do hope the picture gives an idea of the abundance in the forests.
Picture was taken using a long exposure and a tripod. Cropped from original
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Very good shot Shir!
The mood here is really great. It looks like a forest in miniature and I really like it. The quality is perfect, light and colours very good.
As for the subjects: lichen is probably Cladonia rangiferina (Reindeer moss), fungi - Gomphidius roseus (Rosy Spike) and mosses Pleurozium and Polytrichum (but on this two I'm not entirely sure).
This forest must be really interesting place.
Well done and thanks for sharing.
- [2005-05-05 4:18]
Très belle et intéressante composition photographique pour ce champignon et ces fruits. Jolies couleurs et bonne netteté. Dommage qu'il manque l'ID du champignon...
Very Well Done !