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Old Dec 1, 2010, 2:02 AM   #11
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I've heard of "Frost on the Pumkin" but but never "Snow on the Mushroom"...

Very nice set...!
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Old Dec 1, 2010, 2:02 AM   #12
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Hi Ronny,

Certainly an new take on "snow capped". Some great finds and captures!

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Old Dec 1, 2010, 2:06 AM   #13
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I like these photos also. I've spent a lot of time in the winter woods, but I don't think I've ever seen snow-covered mushrooms before.
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I hadn't seen them before either.
I was trying to figure out how long I would be able to find mushrooms before the winter sets in.
Rather long it would seem.
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Mushrooms a la mode. Neat.
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Great photos of a unique subject!
Have noticed that most of our mushrooms & fungi are not very cold-tolerant, but some seem to withstand several freeze/thaw cycles. Will look forward to seeing more of your "fungus-sicle" photos!
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thats really cool
something i have never seen either
i like the details in the undersides
very nicely done
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Old Dec 2, 2010, 1:34 AM   #17
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Great photos of a unique subject!
Have noticed that most of our mushrooms & fungi are not very cold-tolerant, but some seem to withstand several freeze/thaw cycles. Will look forward to seeing more of your "fungus-sicle" photos!
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ours aren't cold-tolerant either, just had luck with this set.

It will take some time before I can get shots of other, the snow-layer has more than tippled (quite unusual for my neck of the woods ) so they are all hidden now.

Think I gonna "fungus-sicle" as a fitting description for these pictures.

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thats really cool
something i have never seen either
i like the details in the undersides
very nicely done
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Ronny,

Wonderful captures. The snow so nicely sets off the finely detailed underside of the mushroom. They look yum-yum but maybe would kill you if you ate them?

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I'm a little late offering my comments - these are excellent! Fun photos and the Kiron sure is a nice macro. What more can you ask for?
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