Bardzo piękne zdjęcie. Pozdrowienia z miasta Ruda Śląska - Polska
This is incredibly surreal! 4 ruts of a road tearing down the left side while on the right, a small tree void of life seems to gesture towards an intensely ominous sky! Awesome photo Martin!
Amanita pantherina (DC. ex Fr.) Secr. Panthercap Amanite panthère, Pantherpilz, Párducgaloca. Cap 6–10cm across, ochraceous brown, covered with small pure-white warty fragments of the veil, finely striate at the margin. Stem 90–130´10–15mm, white with tattered, pendulous ring which is not striate or grooved, the stem base is bulbous and closely wrapped in the white volva which forms a distinct free rim around the base and one or two belt-like rings just above. Flesh white, becoming hollow in the stem. Taste and smell mild. Gills free, crowded white. Spore print white. Spores broadly ovate, nonamyloid, 8–12 x 6.7–7.5µ. Habitat in coniferous or deciduous woodland especially beech. Season summer to autumn. Uncommon. Poisonous – may be deadly. Distribution, America and Europe.
Flag up! ... I like (46) to join my group "National flags". Regards, Stefan.
Do they still HAVE curb service, or is that sign as old as the truck? Another marvelous capture, jonmac: Live Long and Prosper! L+F of course!
Best wishes from Swampland!
Me encanta esta foto, transmite calma. L
Muchas gracias por los amables comentarios de tu pasada visita. Un cordial saludo desde Madrid. Charo
Muito obrigado. Saudações de Coimbra – Portugal .
I guess they didn't have as many laws and law breakers back then!
Thank you Doug! This little community has some interesting history. An old jail house and gallows from the 1800s still stands a few blocks from here. A man was hanged there on suspicion of stealing grain from the granary. That building is still present also.
Thank you CidonioRinaldi!
Still learning the camera