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These were growing from the ground at the base of a long dead standing oak. All those colors were present in the mushroom. This shot was taken in full sun with two sources of external light. The flash on my new camera is significantly different from what I’m used to. The combination of flash and full sun produced quite a few of these “technicolor” images yesterday. I’m still learning the new camera.
I usually take ten or twenty photos with different lighting and camera settings. I show the most interesting ones here. These are sulfur tufts. The tops are yellow and orange from drying in the sun, and the gills are green, spores are purple.
Created: 2011-05-12 07:41:17 WAT (+0100)
Last modified: 2011-05-14 20:52:45 WAT (+0100)
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