Amanita citrina var. alba (NL: Witte knolamaniet / EN: White false death cap / DE: Weisser Knollenblätterpilz / FR: Amanite citrine (variété blanche)). (More info on the species see previous post) This is exactly the same group of mushrooms as in yesterdays image but taken from the opposite side. I think it is always interesting to explore the subject from different angles to create different atmospheres in the images. There is always a different background, a different composition, a different angle of light etc. possible and it is all about making the appropriate choice for the desired image. The better of the two? I think it is all a matter of personal taste ... Which of the two do you like most and why ? Interesting to know !
Image: Ranst (B) - 30/09/2011
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