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July 02, 2010


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Sarah V.

What a wonderful picture! The crazy thing is how fragile the mushroom is...such a delicate work of art.


nature's architecture indeed. and fine lighting to show it off, too.

Dominique King

Sarah-I wonder how long it lasted...at least I have the photo for posterity!

Kerry-Thanks! I don't remember exactly the time of day I took this photo--it looks like it might have been mid-day, but the trees filtered the light enough so the image wasn't washed out.

Peter West Carey

I love the contrast, shadows and spikes in the photo!

Dominique King

Peter-Thanks! I was pleased to see how well this photo turned out.

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