Notes: Growing from a Western hemlock trig. Globose, not easily separable from twig. Interior orange and white, may have locules.
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My appreciation for all Mushroom Observer users contributions notwithstanding, there is very, very little here to go on sufficient to attempt an ID. There are several elements in your control as collector and photographer which would dramatically increase the amount of information at our disposal.
1. There is no digital camera sold today whose native resolution is that small. Change your output size/quality in your camera’s menu or refer to the manual.
2. Tripod for longer exposure or flash for handheld shooting. If you don’t have/don’t want a tripod, balance your camera on anything. A bean bag works well for low to the ground shots.
3. One of the best parts of digital photography is the opportunity to review your image immediately after shooting. Zoom in and check for sharpness, over- or under-exposure, artifacts or any stylistic changes you’d like to make, then re-shoot as desired.
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