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Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1472 W: 308 N: 2610] (10251)
Dear Trekkers,

Thank you very much for the comments on my previous post. It was a 5-year-old old photo done with my (at that time new) bridge camera, without flash, in Hungary. In contrast with that one, here is a new photo taken yesterday, in Ireland, with my very old pocket compact, with flash, in Ireland. This is the reason of the title. :-)

ID: Tricholomopsis rutilans (Schaeff.) Singer, wearing the strange English name 'Plum-And-Custard'. Quite common on the whole Northern hemisphere on dead coniferous wood. Workshop photo shows the cap surface.

Photo: taken on the Curragheen riverside, near Cork City, on dead wood of spruce (Picea sp.). Shutter priority exposure mode, flash, -1,3 underexposure, manual white balance, focus: spot metering. PP: moderate cropping, slight level adjustment, canvas, after re-sizing selective sharpening and watermark.

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Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1472 W: 308 N: 2610] (10251)
Cap surface
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Typical cap surface of Plum-And-Custard.