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|It was unnaturally rainy last week. This bunch of mushrooms were growing on a dead tree stump near a lake.|
Any help on id is appreciated.
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- [2010-10-17 12:45]
Hi Ali, other than a beautiful photograph with some fantastic muted brown colours in it I haven't a clue what these are. The depth of field is great, a shame the whole tree trunk isn't in focus as the piece above and to the right is a little distracting, but at 1/2 second at f/11 I don't think you could have done much better. An answer may have been to move your POV a bit to the right so that the piece of trunk in th ebackground was hideen behind the nearer piece, but I don't know what else you have behind etc. Besides if you had got the whole trunk in focus it would have changed the muted out of focus leaves behind and I would probably have moaned that the green leaves in background could have done with being less sharp! A lovely shot. Phil.
this are older fungi's so indetification are difficult they are also wet.
Good pov, sharpness and nice photographed in their environment.
J'ai beaucoup aimé la qualité de cette photo! angle de vue très bien choisi!
Your good photo probably shows Mycena tintinnabulum (Batsch) Quél., although, being older specimens, proper ID specification's very difficult without microscopical analysis. If the weather was cold enough this is most probably the species name above.
Best regards, László
Selamlar Ali bey nefis bir kare olmuş,
En güzel dileklerimle,