Mushrooms in the garden.

by Sandra Vermeulen November. 06, 2011 5301 views

Sunday, 6/11/2011
Frontyard retirement and nursing home “Tilia” at Maldegem.

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David Cardona 5 years, 11 months ago

Great B&W work! Thanks for sharing!

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Gonia 5 years, 11 months ago

we have alikes, I don't like them, we can't eat them.

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Teo Montana 5 years, 11 months ago

great captures! its good to get down to earth once in awhile!

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Timim 5 years, 11 months ago

like from tthe fairy tail!!! Amazing!!!!! first to my favorites!

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Tomie Poodle 5 years, 12 months ago

great photos! beautiful in B&W, i like 4 and 5 the most...5 is almost abstract!

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Ricardo 6 years ago

gorgeous!love love love!

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Renato Martins 6 years ago

#5 is almost abstract. Wonderful.

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Arie 6 years ago

GREAT shots.

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Jarvo Laysell 6 years ago

Lovely photos. What a great collection of toadstools, as Helen says, great textures and colours.

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Stadeus Hilde 6 years ago

heel mooi

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Helen Hooker 6 years ago

What fantastic details and textures!

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Tim 6 years ago

I hope they all get on well together, other way living so close,,,hhehe,,, beautuful set!

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Marsha 6 years ago

Glad I enlarged....what a lot of GREAT detail! Excellent B/Ws!!

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Eiram Marie 6 years ago

Beautiful shots! They look like ladies with hats:)

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Jacki 6 years ago

I really like the first one, Sandra! It looks like a little huddle of people... almost like a family portrait, multi generations from little to old. Maybe my imagination is getting carried away? Or maybe you can tell I spent years working with children's books? !! :-)

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Dorothe 6 years ago

I like the first and the 4th for the perspective. The sharpness is great in all off them, but they loose details in the darkness.

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