Mushroom - ring among the amazing mushroom microworld... #FungiFriday

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The pine forest near my new house is filled with amazing micro mushrooms, which are like magic gnomes hiding in the moss and behind the cones :)

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This makes me insanely happy, because I am an experienced mushroom hunter! And every time we meet an unfamiliar mushroom against the backdrop of breathtaking nature, I rejoice as a child with my little Darina!

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You can see how small this forest dweller is, comparing it to cones or acorns.

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And recently I found a mushroom - ring :) I called it that when I put it on my arm and I liked this picture!
You can see how similar the structure of this mushroom is to the structure of the skin of my hands.

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While walking like this, I finally met an edible mushroom. This is a buttercup that likes to grow in a pine forest.
They usually grow up in families, but this one was one, so it turned out to be the subject of a photo shoot.

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On this day, my goal was not to gather a lot of edible mushrooms, but only to explore the beautiful forest near my future home.

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My Darinka sits on a stump in a pine forest and studies lessons. And I walk and find invisible gnomes who create masterpieces with moss and cones. Such an interesting mushroom microworld.

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Photographing mushrooms is my hobby 😀 Did you like my paintings? Which one did you like the most?

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Thank you for your visit 😊

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