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I was photographing this Genista flower in the sunset when luckily a hover fly alighted. Everything was ready to take a good macro: I didn’t waste my chance!

Hoverfly on yellow Genista

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I found this family of mushrooms while walking in the Birch Forest of the Lame, in the Parco Naturale dell’Aveto, Liguria, Italy. I was attracted by the striking red color and the geometrical arrangement of these highly poisonous mushrooms (ideal as a condiment when you invite your mother-in-law), growing on a thick carpet of leaves.
Amanite Muscaria Family

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It was not possible to miss this mushroom while walking in the Foresta delle Lame in the Natural Park of Aveto, Liguria, Italy. Its rich red colour and round form are as attractive at least as much as the lethality of the mushroom! The carpet of birch leaves from the previous autumn and the greening branches perfectly render the atmosphere of the place.

Amanite Muscaria in the Bosco delle Lame, Aveto

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These larix caught my attention while climbing the old hunting trail used by the Savoia. The Val d’Orco, in the Piedmont Alps (and part of the Gran Paradiso National Park), was ablaze with the fall tones and these tall trees seemed sturdy columns supporting a colorful and delicate vault.

Autumn Trees

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