1. The Protector…

It’s late autumn here, we have had rain and so the fungi are out πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Today I went again to the pine plantation to see what was there and ended up taking lots of pairs of toadstools images. Β This is the first of a mini series of posts – I hope you enjoy!

umbrella toadstools

As always, click in for a larger image.

 

24 Responses to “1. The Protector…”

  1. Rajiv

    Lucky you… we just had the hottest day ever recorded in India. Parts of India touched 51.5 degrees Celsius

    Super photo

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      • Rajiv

        You get to 47 in your nick of the world ? I would never have imagined it.

        Delhi is 47. Rajasthan is 51.5!

  2. Kalangadoo Rach

    Glad you have had some rain. I hope you didn’t disturb any fairies!

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    • lisakimmorley

      It has been good to get the rain – the grass has started to grow again which means less muddy paw prints through the house!!! πŸ™‚

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  3. Vicki

    Lovely image. Must have rained some here too as I notice the grass was very green when I went to St Kilda Beach yesterday.
    Lovely background tones in your image. Looks like a f1.4 or f1.2 lens/aperture?

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    • lisakimmorley

      Hello Vicki – good you got to get out πŸ˜€ Thank you…the lens is a Nikkor 105mm f2.8, really lovely lens though heavy. It’s going to get cold up here during the week and maybe a lot of rain Thursday.

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      • Vicki

        Similar to my Canon 100 f2.8 then. Sometimes I wish I hadn’t traded it, but the 50mm f1.4 does pretty well too. Too windy down the beach for handheld shots yesterday, but I might find 3-4 to post online. All a bit soft (according to my 30 yr old glasses) – hard to tell.
        So we’re up for rain are we – should be good for the gardens anyway.

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