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Copyright: laurens van der Linde (euroblinkie) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3080 W: 56 N: 6334] (64279)
Genre: Fungi
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2010-11-17
Categories: Fungi
Exposure: f/16, 1/60 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2010-12-18 7:36
Viewed: 2600
Points: 32
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MYCENA ADSCENDENS Fam.Tricholomataceae
Suikermycena --Frosty Bonnet
hello this is a very little fungi 0,5cm high
i must take my classes on my head to see this little one in a hole of a old twig round 5cm
i hope you like this one
thanks greeting lou

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Hi Laurens
Interesting species and beautiful photo with very good composition and wonderful colours.
Regards, Christodoulos.

Ciao Lou, lovely little fungi in a beautiful natural ambientation, wonderful warm colors and splendid light, very well done, have a good week end, ciao Silvio

Hi Laurens,interesting photo, sharp and nice details, very nice capture.

Hallo Lou,
a very beautiful macro shot of this tiny fungus, marvellous colours in a very nice composition
Have a good Sunday
Ciao Maurizio

Hi Laurens,
very interesting fungi. It looks like science-fiction! It's incredible that this is true life. Thank You for sharing,

Great shot... lovely detail in a very interesting location. Your photos certainly encourage me to leave no stone unturned.

Have a great day.


Ciao Laurens. Intrigant environment for this strange specie. Good light.


Hi Laurens,
This looks like a tiny mushroom seen from the window of a spaceship! :) ... Nice work, brilliant light, the light is precise and eloquent.
Regards, TFS

Hello Laurens,
What a small capture. Very interesting species of fungi.
Amazing details and colour.

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  • siggi Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3097 W: 109 N: 12399] (52850)
  • [2010-12-18 13:35]

Hello Laurens.
really a superb view of this fungi. Well seen in its excellent sharpness and details.
The colours are so lovely and what a pleasant view.Best regards Siggi

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  • lousat Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6595 W: 89 N: 15659] (65489)
  • [2010-12-18 15:44]

Hi Lou,impressive macro and very nice composition,it seem to take a pic of a little forest secret,fantastic focus,sharpness and light.......thanks for share,have a nice Sunday,Luciano.

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  • loot Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5524 W: 722 N: 4163] (11276)
  • [2010-12-19 0:26]

Hi Laurens

Wow! What immediately grabbed my full attention is the diminutive size (5mm) of this dainty
little fungus. The next bit of detail that soothed my senses was the visual impact you skilfully
managed to squeeze out of this rather impressive composition. The OOF foreground actually
provides a unexpected and complimentary framing effect to the beautiful and delicate subject,
the fragile little Frosty Bonnet. Your technical expertise and your knowledge of your subject
made absolutely sure that you captured the attraction or charm of this fabulous little fungus
in all its impressive and beautiful splendour. And the best is to realise that it was captured
inside a hole of an old twig. Wow, I just love it.

Well done and TFS.
Take care and have a great weekend.

During this time of year the commercialised words "Peace & Goodwill" always gets blown
out or proclaimed in a superfluous plethora of advertisements, catalogues and billboards
by the mass media, radio and TV. Wherever one looks or listens you get blasted with
this notion, but spare a moment in your thoughts and prayers to the ill-fated realities of
those less fortunate. Those that are living in war torn countries, those whose lives were
disrupted by natural catastrophes, those that do not have enough food on the table,
those who are removed from friends and family, those who do not have the privilege of
love and laughter in their lives.

FAITH makes all things possible
LOVE makes all things BEAUTIFUL,
It is my whish that you will have all three of these in abundance for this Christmas.
MERRY CHRISTMAS and a wonderful New Year!

Hello Lauren,
spectacular microphoto of fungi, excellent result despite the difficulty of the recovery. Good. Regards, Paolo

kalimera Laurens, simple beautiful compo, with very good light and colors!
TFS Nasos

Hi Lou

Well that is a tiny fungi. Good sharpness and composition.


Hello Laurens
Great close-up of this tiny mushroom
well done

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