- Argus (50626)
- [2006-10-21 10:46]
This is a fine portrait of this fungus, sharp and well composed. It is difficult to show the underside of the hat but you have made a good job.
TFS, regards, Ivan
Continúa la saga de relatos y composiciones con gran belleza Felipe.
El usual POV que nos maravilla siempre, con buenos colores y profundidad, que a pesar del desenfoque, nos permite ver los otras hongos de la escena.
Me encanta el entorno del protagonista con suaves tonos y un muy adecuado encuadre vertical.
Por aguantar el mini trípode con un 1/10 de velocidad, la imagen es muy nítida... sin dudas.
Excelente dato que además de existir especies venonosas, otras como estas pueden absorber arsénico y ser tanto más nocivos.
Gracias... como siempre.
Un gran saludo... Ricardo
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-10-21 10:54]
I like your capture of Laccária amethýstina. Very nice light coming through the cap and it is a good illustration for size compared to the little fungi behind.
This is very common in deciduous forests in Sweden. It has a fantastic colour and is easily spotted in the woods. It's been discovered that it contains arsenik and should therefore not be eaten!
- mrcrow (3008)
- [2006-10-21 10:57]
well i have struck gold here...the toadies expert site...:)
i am forever seeing them now in the damp autumn and find them interesting in their little colonies
i havent seen any as brilliant as yours or this one which is your latest
i can only critique on the immense beauty they are and your shot with the trio in the back ground makes me think of a singer and the backing group
- hester (11638)
- [2006-10-21 10:59]
Great colour and I love the light showing at the edge of the cap. Lovely POV and I like the OOF funghi in the BG. Great note
- MountainRunner (272)
- [2006-10-21 11:12]
percect perspective which let the fungus appear very tall.
Great sharpness and natural, impressive colours.
- wishnugaruda (19365)
- [2006-10-21 12:05]
That's sooooo wonderful - what a beautiful violet one - and the hat is shining, that's so pretty. I also love to see the other ones in the back, a real dreamshot, thanks and bye
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- Briones (0)
- [2006-10-21 12:58]
Aparte de buen fotografo eres un experto en Setas. Eso es todo un mérito. Enhorabuena y saludos,
- wallhalla15 (13829)
- [2006-10-21 15:40]
This is an excellent picture from the "Lacktrichterling". This is the german name from this little mushroom. It is edible.
- Exellent shot with great sharpness, details and POV. This is a great composition. Thank you my friend. Have a great weekend.
- red45 (31094)
- [2006-10-21 15:53]
Hi my friends!
Edible? Maybe, but I won't try :-) Lovely photo, Laccaria is big star on FG but don't forget about three supporters on BG. Great composition and quality. Very interesting subject.
I took few shots of fungi today so expect them on TN soon :-)
- puciu (2631)
- [2006-10-21 15:57]
Cze¶æ. Kolejne super zdjêcie Felipe. Doskona³a jako¶ i kompozycja. ¦wietnie zrobione. Robert.
- Janice (18832)
- [2006-10-21 18:19]
What a pretty mushroon Felipe. It makes me think of a jelly fish with it's curved cap. A wonderful composition, especially seeing the cream ones in teh BG> Well done,
- horia (16656)
- [2006-10-22 4:29]
What a splendid mushroom! It's color is absolutely magnificent and the way it stands out of its surroundings is also great. Excellent contrast with that moss aournd there, too.
The lighting is impecable, showing all the fine textures from all the elements of the fungi and i particualrily like the POV and DOF with those OOF bunch of mushrooms in the back!
All-in-all a superb composition!
Bravo and TFS
- TAZ (10926)
- [2006-10-24 2:16]
I appreciate this composition of quality. The good DOF give a good 3D effest. The texture on cap is great. Good note too.
Bravo my friend !