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Complimentary Shroom
Lens: D FA 100 macro WR Camera: K1 Photo Location: South Algonquin Townshipp ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 3s Aperture: F16 
Posted By: normhead, 09-07-2017, 01:46 PM

My photo/dog walk today was cut short by rain. I got just one image, but it was a pixel shift image.

K-1 and DFA 1:2.8 macro 100mm WR

!00 ISO, 16 , 3s


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09-07-2017, 03:34 PM   #2
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Nice one Norm.
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Nice one Norm.
Thanks Susan... woa, I just made my window wider to make the image bigger. The image shimmers. Pretty freaky.
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The image shimmers. Pretty freaky.
Magic mushrooms?

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No thanks... I had some at the office.
But thanks for offering.
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Nice image Norm, do you have a name for the red one?
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Nice image Norm, do you have a name for the red one?
Fred?

I have never even begun to learn mushroom names. I know the names of about 60 birds, I think my hard drive is about full.
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A very nice capture!

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A very nice capture!
Thanks for commenting.
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One of the Hygrocybe species, possibly the scarlet waxcap or coccinea. May be edible but at least one poisoning reported. Insubstantial enough that it's probably not worth the trouble to pick and far more beautiful as they stand. Nice shot. Great color rendering.
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One of the Hygrocybe species, possibly the scarlet waxcap or coccinea. May be edible but at least one poisoning reported. Insubstantial enough that it's probably not worth the trouble to pick and far more beautiful as they stand. Nice shot. Great color rendering.
On this forum, there are always knowledgeable people. It's such a treat.

There are many more mushroom images in tis thread.
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/26-mini-challenges-games-photo-stories/3...ml#post4088618

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Think you've got this Shroom malarkey cracked.

And that you happy enough with this new lens addition, providing you can retain possession.
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Think you've got this Shroom malarkey cracked.

And that you happy enough with this new lens addition, providing you can retain possession.
She already took my Tamron 90 forcing me to buy a replacement (3 times) , if she takes the 100 I just take back the 90. She can't possibly need both.

Or could she?
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Or could she?
LBA moves in mysterious ways...
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LBA moves in mysterious ways...
It's never wide to speculate on these matters. The universe is listening. "D
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