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World Photography Day - Stump, mushrooms, moss...
Mushroom: Fomes fomentarius

Eunice Perkins, raingirl, Valfal, Nouchetdu38 and 31 other people have particularly liked this photo


18 comments - The latest ones
 Gillian Everett
Gillian Everett club
Amazing nature
4 weeks ago.
 neira-Dan
neira-Dan club
une belle image de nature en sous -bois
4 weeks ago.
 Patrick Brandy
Patrick Brandy club
Ombre et lumière du sous bois belle photo bon week-end
4 weeks ago.
 Madeleine Defawes
Madeleine Defawes club
Superbe image !
Bon weekend. Amitiés
4 weeks ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Lovely play of light and shadow.
Happy healthy weekend.
4 weeks ago.
 Berny
Berny club
like a strange animal ;-)
excellent!
4 weeks ago.
 sunlight
sunlight club
Sehr interessant !
4 weeks ago.
 Hélène Lombard
Hélène Lombard club
Comme une pieuvre moussue !! jolie photo forestière !!!
4 weeks ago.
 Jenny McIntyre
Jenny McIntyre club
Vau Petre, ove gljive su nevjerojatne - zelene su !!!! Mislim da ranije nisam vidio zelene, odlična fotografija i formiranja korijena (sada nestalog) drveta.
4 weeks ago.
 MaggsMep
MaggsMep club
Those spots of sunshine are the icing on the cake! Well spotted and executed Petar!
3 weeks ago.
 Christa1004
Christa1004 club
What a lovely biotope, its own little world.
3 weeks ago.
 Valfal
Valfal club
What an excellent find and a beautiful capture, Petar! Happy Photography Day to you!
2 weeks ago.
 raingirl
raingirl club
Now you are talking my loves. trees, moss, fungus. While it's always sad to me when a tree is cut down, this photo shows the continuing world in the face of change.

Love how the mossy roots make the tree seem alive like a creature.

Is this near your home? Did you know of it and go take the photo specifically, or was it a happy find on a walk?
13 days ago.
Petar Bojić club
has replied to raingirl club
Hi, Laura! I agree with you when it comes to destroying the environment. There is a lot of that in our country, especially by destroying forests, which are our great wealth.

Going out into nature is my greatest pleasure and it is not difficult for me to cross ten kilometers a day and spend the whole day in the woods and in the fields.Specifically, this location is about 10 km away from my house.That day I was looking for a medicinal plant Lycopodium clavatum, which in our country is called "a wormhole". By the way, I am a passionate collector of medicinal herbs and mushrooms.
12 days ago. Edited 12 days ago.
raingirl club
has replied to Petar Bojić club
One of the things I'm really enjoying about the World Photography Day event besides the photos themselves is getting to know our community better. I love to hear that you were looking for a medicinal plant (did you find it?) and that you collect medicinal herbs and mushrooms. I definitely am a proponant of using herbs for health. I'm inclined to think that plants from where one grows up are the most helpful - but I can be desuaded by someone more knowledgable than me.

From bits I've read it appears that some mushrooms are helping with untreatable anxieties/depressions.

Hopefully you sometimes eat the mushrooms just for a regular meal - they are so yummy!
10 days ago.
Petar Bojić club
has replied to raingirl club
The plant I was looking for (in English it is called, among other things, wolf's-foot clubmoss or running clubmoss) is very rare and is threatened with extinction because it cannot adapt to changes in the environment. I was lucky so I only found it in one place of 2 m2. Promotes the excretion of uric acid, which is why it is useful in gout and rheumatic diseases.

As for mushrooms, we definitely use them in our feeding. However, due to the drought this year, there were none.
7 days ago.
raingirl club
has replied to Petar Bojić club
All fascinating.
6 days ago.
 Eunice Perkins
Eunice Perkins club
That moss is such a beautiful green! The light and shade is lovely too!
10 days ago.

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