A Single Lepiota | 10% to shy-fox
A single lepiota was left alone in the shady forest, and seem it needs someone to appreciate its presence. So, after dealing with another kind of mushrooms, I shifted here, and tried to expose its existence thru the lens. As always, it's thrilled to see this typical fungi lives well after the rain and as I thought I would find some other fascinating mushrooms around the humid spot and indeed, this mushroom also won my heart.
Lepiota mushrooms is also known to grow in the characteristic brown caps. This typical mushroom Lepiota species are ground-dwelling saprotrophs with a preference for rich, calcareous soils. Like other nature pieces, even the smallest fungi with striking beautiful shape and color can bring out our childlike sense of awe.
Apparently, I was not only caught up with its color but it also dragged me to observe its cap structure as if it was intentionally carved by nature and live peacefully among the leaves litter and little twig in the wood.
|Lens||Tamron Tele-Macro 70-300|
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salam bang @abduhawab 😊
that garang memang miseuw keunong Nikon D7000 + Tamron Tele-Macro 70-300 👍 ..that hawa ka ta gun ngon kamera lon, hehehehe
pat neuduk jinow neu jeb kupi, neu krieng lon hai bang, dak han abeh 1 glah kupi, meu sikhan kon abeh tajeb.
saleum keu rakan disinan bang beuoh. 😎🤝🙏
Hehe... Asai ka dikap le lensa taklek laju. Lawetnyoe sereng lon duk di kede bak sp. Elak, jareung lon teubit u lhok. Goet, intreuk menyoe na lon sebeng u lhok lon call. Terimong gaseh banyak bang
Hi friend ,You took good pictures. I saw similar mushrooms during the last rains when several such mushrooms grew up of an old chipboard sheet after rain water hit it.