- lousat (65479)
- [2013-01-25 13:57]
Hi Natley,a rare thing to see,magnificent capture in the best exposure and great details and colors,i like it! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2013-01-25 14:09]
Excellent close-up photo of this mushroom,
with fine POV, beautiful light, excellent focus,
sharpness, and details, TFS
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2013-01-25 21:47]
Interesting subject and impressive photo with good composition and wonderful colours. The sharpness is impressive.
- maaciejka (27117)
- [2013-01-25 23:19]
very good point of view to take these mushrooms. Excellent composition. Nice natural colours. Very good sharpness and details.
Have a nice weekend,
I dream about the season, you have now in South Africa :)
- aruntp (5379)
- [2013-01-25 23:44]
flower mushroom looks really beautiful. good lighting and angle. good work. tfs.
- Hormon_Manyer (10235)
- [2013-01-26 0:29]
I'm glad you returned to TN. The photo's fantastic, beautifully showing a fruitbody which didn't got enough rain while growing, that's why its surface became so cracked and broken. When the youngs started to grow, there was enough rain, so their development was normal. Awesome visual impact for sure, with great sharpness, depth and pleasing compo. Bravo!
About the ID: on the cap of the middle specimen we can see the pink spore print of the rearmost fruitbody, and also a little bit of the guills of the cracked specimen. There aren't too many generas with pink spore print, but these generas (Entoloma, Pluteus, Volvariella) are notoriously difficult to identify, even with microscopic analysation. From the habit (your fungi was growing on dead wood, at least I see wood on the pic) I think you captured a Pluteus, a genus with many species macroscopically similar to, or at least not differing too much from each other. Probably a specialist of South African funga may identify it without microscope. Have a look on MycoAfrica, periodical of the African Mycological Society. Find contact address inside the newsletter.
Thanks for posting this great photo, I hope you'll capture and share more fungi in the near future. I wish you all the very best, friendly regards, László
PS: yes, I befriended with your brother Carl, he's a great person and a talented photographer.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2013-01-26 3:28]
Remarkable fungus in this photo, very special. Beautiful colours, excellent sharpeness and an attractive composition.
- Hotelcalifornia (14408)
- [2013-01-26 7:40]
Nice picture of a Mushroom with natural colour and sharpness.You have used the light very well.Well done.
And thanks a lot for comment on my picture.I am pleased you like.
- kinglove (11338)
- [2013-01-26 8:09]
- Jakkals (2813)
- [2013-01-27 11:12]
Now this is what I would call a fantastic composition!! Pin sharp with a lot of detail and earthly colours. This photograph was taken from the right angle exposing the inside of the mushroom with fine detail and a perfect DOF. A First for me to see this and many thanks for sharing.
- KOMSIS (10674)
- [2013-02-02 6:14]
A rare fungus ..
Natural colours and excellent POV.
Have a nice weekend,
- foozi (25839)
- [2013-02-24 1:08]
this is such a unique capture of the fungi. Very exciting top view presentation.
Clarity and sharpness is so exciting to learn.
New fungi to be shared.