In the shadow of the oak
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2009-08-03 12:12]
super picture with good details and good light
nice composition with beautiful colour
- CatherineD (14097)
- [2009-08-03 12:13]
Hello Felipe and Cristina,
Excellent capture with a low POV and sharp details. The colours, the atmosphere is really beautiful. Here, with the square format, the trees on the background, the centered fungus is beautiful. Best regards,
- jignasi (27917)
- [2009-08-03 12:15]
Hongo y entorno, además desde un efectivo ángulo que magnifica la toma. Precioso enfoque al protagonista y colores muy reales. Has conseguido una toma muy natural que te pone en escena.
Saludos Felipe&Cris: Josep Ignasi.
I can't believe this - you still prefere tour old Sony over dSLR :-) Fantastic catch, very well taken with beautifull details and Felipe's DOF [TM] :-) BG is very rich, full of fresh grasses and I also like silhouettes of trees deeper in BG. Very good post as always, I hope you'll find more time to post something more often. Weather is strange this summer - we've got mix of heat and rain and almost everyday we can see beautifull rainbows.
- Belgerdy (7664)
- [2009-08-03 13:35]
great original pov, with nice large angle lens.
- Juyona (16891)
- [2009-08-04 1:03]
con la misma la calidad de siempre,
precioso punto de vista y sutil fondo.
- Hormon_Manyer (10251)
- [2009-08-06 5:57]
Really sorry for noticing Your dedication only now, I was away. Fantastic exposure, sharpness and DOF, as always from You (as Grzeg also said...), although I feel the fungus should have been a ligttle more off-centered. Otherwise a brilliant image.
How lucky You are, having lots of rain in summer... Like we had last year. Now it's drought here - on Sunday I was on a trip in the mountains, the ground's bone dry. I found 21 species, but at least 15 (if not more) were tinders (bracket fungi), growing on wood. However, I love Polypores, but they're so hard to eat... :)
Tfs, friendly greetings, László