So, to coincide with #fungifriday, I'd like to share some mushroom captured that have been edited with black and white filters.
It is commonly called the green-spored parasol with the scientific name Chlorophyllum molybdites . That's so cool because it really looks like an umbrella. Unfortunately, it cannot be consumed because it contains toxic substances.
They usually grow two to three days after the rain and often occur among the grass growing in the park. There are several parks in my town. So, two days after the rain, I often go hunting for mushrooms there. I think I'm the only one who's aware of the places where they grow. And of course, this is a secret between me and them.😁
|Camera||Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC|
|Lens||External Macro Lensbong|
|Category||Black & White Photography|
|Location||Lhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia|