- gerhardt (11620)
- [2004-10-25 19:01]
Ohh grosse! This looks like a wax sculture of an ear. Edible you say.. :-| Technically nothing to critique here. Strangest fungi I'm seeing here on TN. Fabulous.
- Crypton (2)
- [2004-10-25 19:04]
tres jolie le comme champignon,
cela ressemble a un champignon utiliser dans la cuisine asiatique...
le fond noir est t'il d'origine ? ou est-ce une retouche ?
le bois mort, la mousse et ls goutes d'eau sont des petits plus qui font que la photo n'est pas banale ;)
- jwshack (21)
- [2004-10-25 19:24]
This is definitely a unique fungus. I like the black background that you were able to achieve by taking this photo at night. It looks like there might be a spider web inside of the ear?
- marhowie (486)
- [2004-10-25 21:58]
Very nice work Robert. A most interesting variety this - lets see, I like "jelly Ear" that's very well shown & lit. Like these night shots of fungi, especially these goopy - drippy kind..Just in time for Halloween hey!
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2004-10-26 3:34]
Good one Robb.'Jews ears'are pretty common here and seem to grow on almost anything,even in the forest on native hardwoods.Our main species is A.polytricha.(In case you haven't guessed,I've just done a certificate in horticulture,specifically tailored for nursery work).I've found trees with hundreds of these on,going for metres up the trunk or branch.Look out for my pictures of them soon.
(BTW,have identified Ranjiths flower)
- mogens-j (20)
- [2004-10-26 5:49]
Very nice shot Robert. The colours work great here and the cropping is very good. Looks like the ear need some cleaning ;-).
Ups - out of points, back tomorrow.
Well, Bob, your fungi shots give me the desire to go and look for some in my neighbourhood. This one looks like a piece of art! Very good progressive and even lighting, beautiful colors, enhanced by these green moss spots. Dark background puts your composition well in front.
I've posted an anecdote for your information (read "to Bob", instead of "to Ornis"!)
- japie (5187)
- [2004-10-26 10:05]
I need some of these to stick on the side of my kids heads :) This is a great composition and the moss adds to the impact.
Thanks for posting
- PDP (11769)
- [2004-10-26 10:16]
Good one Rob, very odd fungi, I've seen a few and it's a shame it not possible to post how it feel to touch. I like this alot.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2004-10-26 10:24]
Ces champignons sont surprenants et jolis. Bon cliché où le flash est bien maîtrisé.
Well done !
- Callie (7555)
- [2004-10-31 13:35]
VERY nice, this lookslike an annimation character in a large cape. ood, tectures and colours very nice on the diagonal twig/branch.