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After the bad rain day yesterday, I have in the forest a mushroom found, I think the Ink Caps.
Again a macro picture with my new lens.
Documents:
Coprinus atramentarius
The Ink Cap is one of our most frequently encountered mushrooms.
Habitat: In clusters; on decaying wood, causing the mushrooms to appear terrestrial); spring, summer, and fall frequently urban, but also found in woods; widely distributed.
Cap: 3-16 cm and oval when young, expanding to broadly convex, up to 10 cm, sometimes with a curled up and/or tattered margin; lead grey, greyish, or grey-brown; smooth or slightly scruffy, especially at the top; grooved/lined, or merely faintly so; without the mica-like granules typical of Coprinus micaceus.
Gills: Attached to the stem or free from it; whitish, becoming black close or crowded.
Stem: 8-15 cm long; 6-12 mm thick; equal; smooth or finely hairy; white; fibrous; hollow; sometimes with remnants of a partial veil.

Comment are always welcome.

I have used a monopod.

I hope you like it.

Shooting Date/Time
18/09/2005 9:48:15
Shooting Mode
Macro( Close Up )
Tv( Shutter Speed )
1/80
Av( Aperture Value )
5.6
Metering Mode
Evaluative
Exposure Compensation
0
ISO Speed
400
Lens
100.0mm
Focal Length
100.0mm
Image Size
3072x2048

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