- RAP (7405)
- [2006-11-06 16:09]
Cześć Robert... another beautiful image of mushrooms very well depicted.
I love the light that you captured with good OOF and perfect focus.
The framing is something centered, but non be unworthy of the quality of the presentation.
Serdeczne powitania... Ricardo
- shirgold (2748)
- [2006-11-06 16:33]
I always end up looking at your mushroom pictures...
This one is very interesting - such an intriguing shape.
Very well captured and presented.
TFS - Shir
- XOTAELE (8)
- [2006-11-06 16:44]
Extraña planta. Perfecto encuadre y la luz es la idónea para mostrar los detalles de esta seta.
- red45 (31094)
- [2006-11-07 2:05]
Fantastyczny grzyb! Nigdy nie widzialem niczego podobnego na zywo. Bardzo ladny, jesienny nastroj, kolory, swietna ostrosc i ujecie. Podoba mi sie!
- TAZ (10926)
- [2006-11-07 5:44]
In october I starded new works at home then I was a bit inactive on TN, so today I am happy to discover your new superb photo.
Interesting to discover this strange species in your superb composition. Colors, exposure, background, sharpness and DOF are very good.
Bravo and thanks for sharing.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2006-11-07 5:59]
This is a weird looking species.
Well captured, great DOF. Excellent sharpness.
- horia (16656)
- [2006-11-07 7:57]
This is not a mushroom...it's a potatoe chip! :)))
Splendid capture! Its shape is very interesting and the details and textures are excellent!
Very good low POV, impecable light management and lovely natural colors, too.
Bravo and TFS
- dew77 (13270)
- [2006-11-07 8:18]
Very interesting mushroom.Well caught,framed and composed.POV,details,sharpness,BG and lighting are also wonderful.Excellent work!
- Juyona (16891)
- [2006-11-08 6:25]
Hola Robert, extraña y original, detalles y texturas agradables... saludos tP
- Sarcodon (70)
- [2006-11-14 3:40]
good photo and macro, but your fungus isn't Helvella crispa Bulliard 1790.
Your photo shows Helvella pityophila Boudier 1887, a not common specie that not scientific book seldom show (popular work).
The most important taxonomic difference is the stem: white in Helvella crispa and gray (sometimes with violet tones) in Helvella pityophila.
Others differences are difficult to value without experience.
By chance I published this specie (whit others 5 species of Helvella) this year whit an article on "Micologia e Vegetazione Mediterranea" number 20(2).
- extramundi (13176)
- [2006-11-14 15:26]
We have the same personal taste in mushrooms, MF.
Lovely everything :) for thie great specie.
Congratulations to you for the photo and to Marco for the comment on yout id.
- h_sedghi (429)
- [2006-12-03 16:36]
you have great gallery of mushrooms.
I had a tour on your gallery.