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Very tasty
Very tasty
  • Author: Silanov Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-10-07 10:38:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'31"N - 10°58'30"O
  • Pine bolete resp. pinewood king bolete (Boletus pinophilus, in German: "Kiefern-Steinpilz") in a forest near the village of Mosbach, Franconia (Bavaria) Some background information: Boletus pinophilus, commonly known as the pine bolete or pinewood king bolete, is a basidiomycete fungus of the genus Boletus found throughout Europe. It is an edible mushroom of high reputation and commonly regarded as being the tastiest of all European mushrooms, except for the gray, white and black truffles that can mostly be found in northern Italy and southern France. In North America its next of kin is Boletus rex-veris, wihich is similarly delicious. The fungus grows predominantly in coniferous forests, forming symbiotic ectomycorrhizal associations with living trees by enveloping the tree's underground roots with sheaths of fungal tissue. It produces spore-bearing fruit bodies above ground in summer and autumn. The large, edible fruiting bodies known as mushrooms appear under pine trees, generally in summer and autumn. It has a matte brown to maroon-coloured cap and its stem is often large and swollen, and the overall colour may have an orange-red tinge. As with other boletes, the size of the fruiting body is variable. The fruiting body has a convex-shaped cap, at first small in relation to its stipe, expanding in volume as it matures. The skin of the cap is dry, matte and can be coloured from maroon to chocolate brown with a reddish tint. These characteristics distinguish it visually from relatives such as Boletus edulis, Boletus reticulatus and Boletus aereus. The young, immature cap may have a pale pink colour and a white, powdery flush. Measuring 4 to 10 cm tall (1.6 to 4 in) by 3 to 8 cm wide (1.2 to 2.2–in), the bulbous stipe is often large, swollen and imposing, bearing a network. The overall colour may have an orange-red tinge which is more obvious in the lowest parts, although this is also common in other species. As with all boletes, the size of the fruiting body can be very variable. The cap diameter can be as much as 30 cm (12 in) and the stem height can be up to 15 cm (6 in). In Europe, Boletus pinophilus is found almost everywhere, among other countries in Germany, France, the UK, the Czech Republic and Finland, but it is often it a rare sight. Boletus pinophilus forms ectomycorrhizal relationships with pine (Pinus), fir (Abies) and spruce (Picea). It can therefore be located wherever those trees grow. However, it appears to favour pine. But it is not confined to coniferous trees and may also be found fruiting in deciduous forests, such as under chestnut trees. Fruiting bodies can occur singly, or in small groups throughout the summer and autumn months. The Boletus pinophilus is not only edible, but delicious. It may be used fresh, preserved, dried and cooked in a manner similar to that of other edible boletes. It is highly regarded and can be quite expensive on markets throughout Europe. The flesh is white, soft in mature specimens and does not change colour upon bruising. Unfortunately the Boletus pinophilus cannot be commercially cultivated, due to its mycorrhizal relationship with the roots of pine trees. Sometimes it is misidentified as the mushroom Boletus edulis, due to the similar habitat and appearance, which is no problem as the Boletus edulis is edible and very tasty too. But it can also easily be misidentified as the Tylopilus felleus, commonly known as the bitter bolete or the bitter tylopilus. Although the bitter bolete isn’t toxic, it has an awful bitter taste and therefore just a single one can spoil every mushroom meal, if being regarded as a Boletus pinophilus.
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103 245-Georgensgmünd.
103 245-Georgensgmünd.
  • Author: jensseidelroth Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-02-24 17:08:37
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'18"N - 11°1'10"O
  • 103 245 mit dem IC 2206 München-Nürnberg am 24.02.2013 auf dem Viadukt über die fränkische Rezat in Georgensgmünd.
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New Year's ballyhoo
New Year's ballyhoo
  • Author: Silanov Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-09-07 21:43:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'11"N - 11°0'54"O
  • Hand-held picture of the fireworks at the Bayern 3 Village Festival 2013 in Georgensgmuend, Franconia (Bavaria) Some background information: The earliest documentation of fireworks dates back to 7th century China, where they were invented. The fireworks were used to accompany many festivities. It is a part of the culture of China and had its origin there. Eventually it spread to other cultures and societies. In China, pyrotechnicians were respected for their knowledge of complex techniques in mounting firework displays. During the Song Dynasty (960 to 1279), many of the common people could purchase various kinds of fireworks from market vendors and grand displays of fireworks were also known to be held. In 1110, a large fireworks display in a martial demonstration was held to entertain Emperor Huizong of Song (1100 to 1125) and his court. A record from 1264 states, that a rocket-propelled firework went off near the empress dowager Gong Sheng and startled her during a feast held in her honor by her son Emperor Lizong of Song (1224 to 1264). Rocket propulsion was common in warfare, as evidenced by the Huolongjing compiled by Liu Ji (1311 to 1375) and Jiao Yu (1350 to 1412). In 1240 the Arabs acquired knowledge of gunpowder and its uses from China. A Syrian named Hasan al-Rammah wrote of rockets, fireworks, and other incendiaries, using terms that suggested he derived his knowledge from Chinese sources, such as his references to fireworks as "Chinese flowers". With the development of chinoiserie in Europe, Chinese fireworks began to gain popularity around the mid-17th century. Lev Izmailov, ambassador of Peter the Great, once reported from China: "They make such fireworks that no one in Europe has ever seen." Amédée-François Frézier published his revised work "Traité des feux d'artice pour le spectacle" ("Treatise on Fireworks") in 1747, covering the recreational and ceremonial uses of fireworks, rather than their military uses. Music for the Royal Fireworks was composed by George Frideric Handel in 1749 to celebrate the peace Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, which had been declared the previous year. In 1758, the Jesuit missionary Pierre Nicolas le Chéron d'Incarville, living in Beijing, wrote about the methods and composition on how to make many types of Chinese fireworks to the Paris Academy of Sciences, which revealed and published the account five years later. His writings resulted in the popularization of fireworks and further attempts to uncover the secrets of Chinese fireworks. The largest firework display of all time was demonstrated in Kuwait. 77,282 firework projectiles were launched in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Kuwait's constitution, becoming the largest in history. The display was part of celebrations on 10th November, 2012 on the coastal gulf road. In many countries, fireworks are displayed at midnight on New Year's Eve as a highlight of social gatherings, where people dance, eat and drink alcoholic beverages, such as champagne. The fireworks on my photo was part of a celebration called Bayern 3 Village Festival 2013, where the radio station Bayern 3 offered an open air festival with popular music bands as the first prize for the winner of a competition between different Bavarian villages. However the picture also fits as a symbol for New Year’s Eve. I wish you a Happy New Year 2015! May all your dreams come true!
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Skater Portrait
Skater Portrait
  • Author: 67braveheart Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-25 17:59:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°10'29"N - 11°0'3"O
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IMG_1318
IMG_1318
  • Author: Ku - Ma Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-10-23 12:32:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'5"N - 10°58'29"O
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IMG_1321
IMG_1321
  • Author: Ku - Ma Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-10-23 12:35:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'5"N - 10°58'29"O
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IMG_1324
IMG_1324
  • Author: Ku - Ma Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-10-23 12:38:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'4"N - 10°58'30"O
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IMG_1325
IMG_1325
  • Author: Ku - Ma Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-10-23 12:38:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'4"N - 10°58'30"O
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IMG_1326
IMG_1326
  • Author: Ku - Ma Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-10-23 12:38:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'4"N - 10°58'30"O
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Herzlich Willkommen
Herzlich Willkommen
  • Author: davidrobertphotographe Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-07-03 10:23:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'18"N - 11°0'56"O
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The arrows to the sky
The arrows to the sky
  • Author: davidrobertphotographe Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-07-03 10:11:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'17"N - 11°0'55"O
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Jüdischer Friedhof Georgensgmünd, Detail eines Grabsteins
Jüdischer Friedhof Georgensgmünd, Detail eines Grabsteins
  • Author: herb_st85 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-09-13 15:43:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'22"N - 11°0'46"O
  • Landkreis Roth, Mittelfranken
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Blick aus dem Taharahaus (Totenwaschhaus) über den jüdischen Friedhof auf die evangelische Kirche St. Georg
Blick aus dem Taharahaus (Totenwaschhaus) über den jüdischen Friedhof auf die evangelische Kirche St. Georg
  • Author: herb_st85 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-09-13 15:27:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'20"N - 11°0'46"O
  • Georgensgmünd, Landkreis Roth, Mittelfranken
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The Train
The Train
  • Author: O901 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-07-18 20:06:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'17"N - 11°1'16"O
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Happy Sunday #nature #sport #bicycle #downhillmountainbike #georgensgmünd #fotografindea
Happy Sunday #nature #sport #bicycle #downhillmountainbike #georgensgmünd #fotografindea
  • Author: AndreDea Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-06-21 21:30:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 49°11'22"N - 11°1'0"O
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