Hairy Bracket Fungus
- Hormon_Manyer (10123)
- [2014-09-05 0:28]
What you photographed is a Trametes species, probably Trametes hirsuta (Wulfen) Lloyd, although without microscopic analyzation we can't be 100% sure. But the habit (sun-exposed, processed wood), colors and the slightly hairy surface show into this direction. Nice photo with good sharpness / details and pleasant composition. I like it.
Best regards, László
- imageme (1004)
- [2014-09-05 5:37]
Hi Ram, It looks like a sea shell that opens to the sun. I do not know what type of Fungus, I guess Mr. Lŕszo knows better in that area. Beautiful light and tones along with great details. Have a nice weekend
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2014-09-05 7:42]
Hello professor Thakur,
It looks like a scallop.
We have a lot of these within our parks all over Alberta.
It's a pity they are not edible.
A well presented image. Very detailed. Fine focusing.
László is truly an expert; he knows about mushrooms.
Best and most kind regards from Canada from Mario.
- Silvio2006 (102022)
- [2014-09-05 9:46]
Ciao Ram, lovely composition with beautiful fungi, excellent clarity, fine details, splendid light and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
- euroblinkie (64207)
- [2014-09-05 11:40]
very nice picture with lovely colours and good details
thanks gr lou
- lousat (65313)
- [2014-09-07 12:54]
Hi Ram,very interesting post about these mushrooms that remind me a bit some flying dish...ehehe....the detail seems the best on the wood in background,but very good on the fungi too,original work and composition,i like it! Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2014-09-10 18:51]
I must admit the first glance of your thumbnail photo made me a little hungry, as it reminded me of an oyster, which I am very fond of. After enlarging the image I see it is a beautiful specimen of bracket fungi. Nicely focused with a pleasant wood BG. The tiny rings remind me of the age rings you find on the cut trunk of a tree. Well done!!