Hi Lou,the design of this specie is magic,how is beautiful this fresh one and how is nice too the old couple in the WS...greats macro and the usual top quality.Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- Hormon_Manyer (10251)
- [2015-02-12 14:31]
Probably, due to the hairy cap surface and the winter appearence, Crepidotus cesatii (Rabenh.) Sacc. (C. variabilis (Pers.) P. Kumm. is very similar, but a bit less hairy, and mostly fructificating in summer or early autumn). Very common in Ireland also, on dead, thin branches or on loppings. About the photo: the composition's nice, but the gills are not sharp enough! What a pity! However, the workshop photo in my opinion is technically better. But an interesting image nevertheless, because I see at least 2 more species on it: a Diatrype or Diatrypella at right, and a Hypoxylon s. l. at left. Nice collection overall. ;-)
Best regards, László
- SANTUDUTTAGUPTA (2340)
- [2015-02-12 18:11]
FANTASTIC species is this.WONDERFUL image.
- fragman (43778)
- [2015-02-12 23:37]
this is really beautiful and exciting, you bring us the unkown marvels of fungi, greetngs and TFS Ori
- NikosR (3436)
- [2015-02-13 0:31]
Very interesting post of this fungus in a very nice composition, nice lighting, excellent clarity and details.
- Hotelcalifornia (14408)
- [2015-02-13 2:32]
Attractive fungi. Well captured.....nice color and POV. Excellent presentation. I like its hairy portion. Overall a splendid picture.
Thanks for sharing,
Regards and have a nice weekend,
- Ishi (13387)
- [2015-02-13 16:51]
Beautiful! Looks almost unreal!
Have a pleasant weekend, Lu,
- Pitoncle (9508)
- [2015-02-15 6:00]
Trčs belle valorisation du sujet dans une belle lumičre et sous une excellente profondeur de champ.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.