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Photograph #02 IFC Forum Contest 2014 12-01-14 by Italian Foveon Community Editor's Choice  on 500px

Photograph IFC Forum Contest 2014 by Italian Foveon Community Editor& Choice on

"Perdono" (Ph. Maurizio Pegeti - 3mal-nike) http://www.flickr.com/photos/104817093@N04/ Sigma DP2 Merrill http://forum.foveon.it

"Perdono" (Ph. Maurizio Pegeti - 3mal-nike) http://www.flickr.com/photos/104817093@N04/ Sigma DP2 Merrill http://forum.foveon.it

"Lucertola" (Ph. Daniele Cannatella - Danyz) http://www.flickr.com/photos/vivalabirra/ Sigma SD10 Iso 100 f8 1/100sec http://forum.foveon.it

"Lucertola" (Ph. Daniele Cannatella - Danyz) http://www.flickr.com/photos/vivalabirra/ Sigma SD10 Iso 100 f8 1/100sec http://forum.foveon.it

Windflowers are native to the Mediterranean, where they grace the hillsides from Spain to Galilee. Vivid 2" blossoms with black centers appear in late spring, cast their fluffy seed on the wind, then

Anemone coronaria - Windflower

Garden Anemone blooms in a container near the Terrace Cafe. This variety, Anemone coronaria 'Mister Fokker' shows an incredible depth of color and a gorgeous blend of textures. Photo by Rebecca Bullene.

#09 IFC Editor's Choice 01-03-2014

#09 IFC Editor's Choice 01-03-2014

#38 IFC Forum Contest 2014 24-12-14 "Winter 3" (Ph. Mariano Bortolin) https://www.flickr.com/photos/mariano-san/ Sigma Dp2 Quattro http://forum.foveon.it

#38 IFC Forum Contest 2014 24-12-14 "Winter 3" (Ph. Mariano Bortolin) https://www.flickr.com/photos/mariano-san/ Sigma Dp2 Quattro http://forum.foveon.it

IFC Forum Contest by Italian Foveon Community Editor's Choice  on 500px

IFC Forum Contest by Italian Foveon Community Editor's Choice on

Boletus frostii, commonly known as Frost's bolete or the apple bolete, have tubes and pores instead of gills on the underside of their caps. . Boletus frostii mushrooms can be recognized by their dark red sticky caps, pores, network-like pattern of the stem, and the bluing reaction to tissue injury.  not recommended for consumption because of the risk of confusion with other poisonous red-pored, blue-bruising boletes.

one of the poisonous ones, Boletus Frostii Mushroom Boletus frostii, commonly known as Frost's bolete or the apple bolete, is a bolete fungus first described scientifically in

Italian Foveon Community - Forum Contest #27 - 2014-09-14 (full size)  "bucolicheggiando" (Ph. Leleros - Rosario) http://forum.foveon.it/index.php?action=profile;u=230 Sigma SD14 + M42 takumar 50 1.4 SMC http://forum.foveon.it

Italian Foveon Community - Forum Contest #27 - 2014-09-14 (full size) "bucolicheggiando" (Ph. Leleros - Rosario) http://forum.foveon.it/index.php?action=profile;u=230 Sigma SD14 + M42 takumar 50 1.4 SMC http://forum.foveon.it

"Un vecchio mulino" (Ph. Frihet - Francesca Casarin) https://www.flickr.com/photos/francescacasarin94/ Sigma SD15 Iso 200 f2 1/125 http://forum.foveon.it

"Un vecchio mulino" (Ph. Frihet - Francesca Casarin) https://www.flickr.com/photos/francescacasarin94/ Sigma SD15 Iso 200 f2 1/125 http://forum.foveon.it

Mushrooms in a Tree Trunk

Shaggy Pholiota Fungi - Most members of the genus Pholiota are wood-rotting saprobes with brown to cinnamon brown or rusty brown spore prints, gills that are attached to the stem but do not run down it, and rings or ring zones. (by Dr Keith Wheeler)

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