Shroomin' by TwoPynts ()
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I stopped on the side of the road on the way home recently to capture this "field" of mushrooms. There were some old ones directly in front of me and a fresh batch sprouting up in the background. Viewed from a little higher up, they roughly formed a question mark.
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Image Comments (53)
CavalierLady () 11:00AM | Tue, 23 October 2007
I love how the larger mushrooms are facing in different directions as if lying helter skelter after being blown about in the wind! The 'question mark' is plain to see and your image is so clear and detailed. A great find!
trishabadblood () 11:02AM | Tue, 23 October 2007
fantastic capture....the close up shot is so wonderful with all the detail....well done...
Janiss () 11:03AM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Oh such FANTASTIC POV and this colors are wonderfull.... a GREAT shot Kort!
busi2ness () 11:17AM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Very thought provoking to have them form a "?", there are certainly some questions about these mysterious "plants" I would like to have answered.
abstractix () 11:21AM | Tue, 23 October 2007
That's one heap load of shrooms, Kort. Love your perspective on this. Huh...it does kind of form a question mark. Cool. :)
JaneEden () 11:43AM | Tue, 23 October 2007
It is a fairy ring, I agree, what an amazing find!!! Excellent capture !!
artaddict2 () 11:45AM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Must be a sign ????????? lol Excellent capture, I find it amazing that we all do it - stop everything to take a photo when our eyes see something extraordinary. I like it. thanks for sharing.
mickeyrony () 11:52AM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Bravo It is a catch of excellent sight my friend. Have would say that they are made roast the pork rind towards radiant sun Mile thank you to have been caught an exposure time to adapt you of a richness of the Nature which does not require anything more. ((5++))....................................((Bravo .C'est une prise de vue excellente mon ami . Ont dirait qu'ils se font griller la couenne vers se soleil radieux Mile merci d'avoir pris un temps de pose pour t'approprier d'une richesse de la Nature qui ne demande rien de plus .((5++))
sharky_ () 12:23PM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Nice capture of these mushrooms "?" ... The larger ones looks like a frisbee. Excellent. Aloha
mbz2662 () 12:29PM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Interesting capture... I had a friend whose father thought he could identify mushrooms, and picked them, cooked them and ate them... He had to have his stomach pumped... I now think of him as The Mushroom Man (I am Mushroom Man... to the tune of Ozzy Osbourne's 'Iron Man')
Thiur () 1:28PM | Tue, 23 October 2007
This is really cool! And that they form a question mark makes the picture even cooler! Thank you for sharing!
MrsLubner () 1:32PM | Tue, 23 October 2007
I'm actually finding the things seen in photos today... first there was the shadow in Flannelman's post that looks like a hummingbird (funny no one else mentioned it. Maybe it was all in my head. LOL)and now this lovely question mark which I saw right away. I must be getting the hang of it. :-)
Jofurowa () 1:49PM | Tue, 23 October 2007
very well seen !! we can see the question mark and the POV is fabulous.
prionbrain () 1:51PM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Awesome!!!! Where did you find this bunch!!! Great image!!! And the perfect time of day for a shot!!!
oscilis () 2:01PM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Magic moment. I hope you made a wish. It's a terrific find and photo. The mushrooms in the foreground look like satellite dishes tracking something.
Valentin () 2:32PM | Tue, 23 October 2007
Such mushrums circles call in Russia witch-circles... Beautiful and interesting work!