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Uploaded: 01/10/22 4:33 PM GMT
Lip Gloss
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I liked the reflections created by the glossy coating after a wet spell.

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::tigger3
01/10/22 5:39 PM GMT
The title is perfect for this marvelous capture. tigs=^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
::Nikoneer
01/10/22 8:33 PM GMT
That gloss makes the shroom look like it is made of a high-quality caramel. While I do not know the identity of this one, it looks a lot like the Red Pine. The Red Pine mushroom is a milk cap species native to Europe, but it has been introduced widely here among the northern Rockies in the north and beyond, often by hitching on transplanted conifers. The unique orange coloring and slightly inverted cap make distinguishing it from other fungi fairly easy. It is the most prized wild mushroom in Spain where it is cooked exclusively in olive oil but can be found listed in traditional recipe books from the Eastern Block and India, as well. Your standard tack-sharp focus, Wayne, gives us the feeling of laying flat in these woods, with a magnifying lens to our eyes and our nose close enough to smell the shroom. Outstanding!

-nik
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