- PDP (11769)
- [2004-08-27 4:45]
Welcome back, I was wondering where you had been.
Very nice picture, I've never seen a fungi like that before. You did well with the exposure so easy to overdo it. Good picture and good note.
- japie (5187)
- [2004-08-27 5:20]
You did an excellent job in capturing this mushroom. The color, DOF and lighting is great. Thanks for posting something that I haven't seen before.
- carper (8439)
- [2004-08-27 5:39]
Well Nifa it's a lovely shot,
Very good composition, with good colours and a great note, very good job you did here, well done
- AndyB (3982)
- [2004-08-27 6:15]
A very nice shot.
Very good detail and lighting.
Excellent note too,very well done.
- CaptiveLight (969)
- [2004-08-27 7:42]
Good photo, exposure is spot on. Interesting note to
- RAP (7405)
- [2004-08-27 10:44]
Y con un excelente imagen, por cierto.
Hermosos colores e iluminación, gran perspectiva y nitidez.
Y tus notas... ejemplares, como siempre.
- elroyie (6439)
- [2004-08-27 12:33]
Very good picture with good colours and quality and very good note, the soft light on the plant is very good.
- Lesley (2988)
- [2004-08-27 14:50]
What a great looking mushroom. Your photo really shows off it's beauty. Is this kind edible? I pick and cook wild mushrooms here in the US . Your note is also very educational.
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2004-08-27 16:31]
Hi Ninfa, crack return to TN image, the lighting is very well controled here so many chances for this image to become over exposed an dyet there are only a couple of tiny bit that are .The notes are brilliant.
That is a beautiful tree you are sitting under in your intro page! A very nice picture too. This here is facinating. They look like the belong in the sea, with coral and sponges. Really a unique growth, well exposed and an interesting note too. Well done.
- RII (2862)
- [2005-12-06 21:41]
Interesante hongo,muy buenos detalles y color de esta foto,ademas tambien me gusta el angulo y por ende la composicion.
- delfi (106)
- [2006-12-14 15:35]
Nice mushroom (!), good clear picture, informative note.
- russulal (89)
- [2007-09-05 19:50]
HOLA NINFA URANIA!!!
LA FOTO ES MUY BONITA Y EL HONGO TAMBIÉN!!!
AL PARECER ES UN HONGO DEL GÉNERO PLEUROTUS, LO QUE EN MÉXICO SE CONOCE COMO SETA ... ES COMESTIBLE!!!