- eqshannon (31141)
- [2011-08-07 5:53]
Where would the world be without you? You notice those things so frequently passed over. And this is a perfect example of such a thing!
Well noted and higly educational. These lie in a photographic class all by themselves. Very nice Ulla.
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2011-08-07 6:07]
an very nice shot from tj=his Ramaria sp.
Good of sharpness and pov.
These species looks a lot of each other.
- PaulLees (9004)
- [2011-08-07 6:23]
Well what a splendid capture of this unusual Fungi my friend, superb lighting with lovely rich colours, i like the diagonal of the tree stump as oppose to being square, strong composition Ulla and very well done,
- bungbing (7743)
- [2011-08-07 7:17]
A great capture of this very interesting Fungi, very good point of view, excellent depth of field and beautiful clarity details,
Thanks for sharing and have a nice afternoon,
- corjan3 (4707)
- [2011-08-07 7:47]
Very informative note on this unusual fungus for me. I wonder if the yellow colour is from the arsenic. Maybe it accumulates too little arsenic to have a visual colour manifestation. However, a very good contribution to TN. Well done and best wishes.
- Pitoncle (9508)
- [2011-08-07 8:35]
Trčs belle publication valorisant bien le sujet dans un cadrage serré permettant d'apprécier la finesse des détails et la délicatesse des couleurs.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.
jag ser att du har varit ute i svampskogen och botaniserat.
You have found a very fine copy of druvfingersvampen, a fungi I don't' seen for long up here.
The colours are nice and natural. Exposure and sharpness are also good, not easy in a dark forest.
Idag regnar det ganska bra, det är skönt efter en längre tid med mycket varmt och soligt väder.
- siggi (52850)
- [2011-08-07 10:38]
a very beautiful and interesting pictures of this fungus, superb sharpness and bright colours, well composed.Best regards Siggi
- rousettus (19818)
- [2011-08-07 11:28]
I have a free time for preparing a new collage and I re-start to TN. Sorry for my silence. Nice to see your posts again. This is very beautiful fungus like a coral or sponge in general appearance. details, colors and composition very nice.
thanks for sharing. all the best
- marius-secan (29598)
- [2011-08-07 11:31]
A very interesting fungi.
As usual a lovely presentation with very nice details, colors and sharpness.
Useful photographers note.
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2011-08-07 11:44]
Interesting presentation Ulla! Beautiful photo with excellent composition and fantastic colours.
- lousat (65467)
- [2011-08-07 13:13]
Hi Ulla,i never seen on the ground species like that,for me it seems to be underwater..ehehe....magnificent fungi and fantastic pic whit the top of sharpness and the best point of view,very well done,have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
- maurydv (36428)
- [2011-08-07 22:34]
a beautiful macro shot of this fungus, very good sharpness and beautiful colours, very nice composition
Very nicely composed photo with great light management. A minor camera shake is detectable, unfortunately, so sharpness isn't the best even if DoF is marvellous.
Nobody noticed the ID specification can't be good, Ramaria botrytis is different and is never growing on wood (having mycorrhiza life strategy). What you photographed is a very typical specimen of Artomyces pyxidatus (Pers.) Jülich, a very suggestive species growing on dead wood. Please, if you want, check out some photos about it here, on the site of our mycological association.
Friendly regards, László
- mikou (6093)
- [2011-08-08 13:27]
Very nice macro shot of this interesting and unusual species of fungi,now that it I see for the first time. You capture with very good angle view, many details and beautiful colors. TFS of this interesting and educational presentation.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2011-08-10 5:13]
What a pictorial scene and impressive fungi. It is clear I have never seen anything similar. Amazing FG, nice reproduction of the very attractive fungi "construction", very pleasant and nice natural smooth BG. Natural lighting is used perfectly. I do not think that sharpness is a weak point. Details of the scene is excellent. My warm regards and TFS.