Boletus Tylopilus - Macro Photography
This is one of the Tylopilus versions of the Bolete mushroom. They are gorgeous, with deep purple caps and, like most boletes, are non-toxic (there is a bolete with red spores which is said to be dangerous. They don't appear to be wide-spread and I haven't seen one).
There is, however, a huge variation in the edibility of "non-toxic".
Any bolete with a purple cap tastes awful and by awful, I mean so bitter that your tongue tingles. You could not eat this mushroom, not even if you are starving.
Ask me how I know.
You see, once, Fish and I, armed with the "all boletes are non-toxic", picked, sauteed, and attempted to eat one. They smelled heavenly while cooking. They taste horrific. The taste is so bad that we were afraid we had misidentified the mushroom.
I hear (unverified and unresearched) that they are a component of bitters. I did, however, make a joke about eating one on social media and I should not have. Anyone who tries to eat one will not enjoy the experience, I speak from experience here.
They do make lovely photographs though.