- wishnugaruda (19365)
- [2005-11-07 13:26]
this is wonderful. What a intensive colour and I like it so much, that it's wet, there are nice reflections and they bring life to the shot. Excellent sharpness, very good job, thanks and bye
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- Tommysugar (602)
- [2005-11-07 13:36]
What particular fungus! The colour is impressionant!
- sway (1276)
- [2005-11-07 22:47]
I know what you mean about the wet knees. I too have done many of these.
- Sarcodon (70)
- [2005-11-08 3:56]
your photo shows a specimen of Hygrocybe chlorophana (Fries 1821) Wünsche 1877 = Hygrocybe euroflavescens Kühner 1976.
Its main characteristics are:
1) pileus with yellow colours, hemispherical and never conical
2) thick gluten on the surface of the pileus
3) stipe nearly dry
It is like Hygrocybe glutinipes (J.E. Lange 1940) R. Haller 1956 which is different because it has gluten also on the stipe, is very smaller and has deccurrent gills.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2005-11-08 4:24]
Beautiful and interesting fungi shot that you have well done ! Congratulations Matt and thanks for sharing. Thanks also to Sarcodon for ID ;-)
" the Life is so rare in the universe and the Nature so precious, we must take care of them! " Christian...
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2005-11-08 6:30]
Beautiful colour and excellent composition an details. The light is fantastic. Well done.
- honza (4197)
- [2005-11-08 7:09]
Nice photo Matt. I like its details and beautiful colors. It may be some Hygrocybe, perhaps H. chlorophana?
- cecilia (4630)
- [2005-11-12 20:01]
Hi Matt,it looks like a Golden Waxcap(Hygrocybe chlorophana)
So pretty and interesting fungi...Excellent shot...
- PDP (11769)
- [2005-11-13 14:23]
Nicely done Matt, I especially like the glistening wet look of the mushroom. The composition is very nice too and I also like how the stem is lit - giving a transluscent feel. I'm not good on fungi IDs but it looks like you have had some good suggestions.
- saguzar (7202)
- [2006-02-18 13:37]
Wonderful shot!!. I love this intensive yellow and the incredible details.