- RAP (7405)
- [2004-10-18 14:51]
Coincido con Paul.... esta especie y esta imagen son realmente para estar orgulloso Felipe.
Gracias por compartirla.
Wow so delicate they are amazing , and I can tell how small they are by how thick the leaves look. Any Idea what what leaf they are growing on?
Felipe, this looks like a SCFI scene on the thumbnail, maybe even like a Dali with the long legs! Great the way they grow/eat right through the leaf on the ground.
- hvr_oosterzele (992)
- [2004-10-18 16:06]
Fascinating species and interesting story. The branch at the back is a little bit disturbing.
- japie (5187)
- [2004-10-18 17:10]
This is really interesting! I have never seen anything like this. I like the composition a lot and thanks for bringing me this shot.
- Luc (14767)
- [2004-10-18 17:22]
Image pleine de légčreté. Superbe composition. Bonne profondeur de champ, sauf pour les champignons ŕ l'avant-plan mais qu'importe, je n'ai jamais rien vu de semblable. Félicitations Felipe.
Image full with lightness. Superb composition. Good depth of field, except for mushrooms in front but nevermind, I have never seen something similar. Congratulations Felipe .
- AndyB (3982)
- [2004-10-18 19:13]
I've never seen this before.
Very well captured and with very good DoF.
The lighting is good and the detail excellent.
Great work,well done.
- marhowie (486)
- [2004-10-18 20:52]
Felipe, Very delicate & interesting looking fungi. Just when I think I've seen just about every conceivable shape, size, form, etc. here comes something new and different! Very good notes, Very good job here!
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2004-10-18 23:24]
Very good Felipe.
This is the first time I seen this.
Great composition , good DOF and details.
Very good and informative note.
Very good work.
- CaptiveLight (969)
- [2004-10-19 2:02]
Excellent detail, I've never seen anything like this before growing direct on the leaf, makes it absolutely fascinating. Thank you.
- PDP (11769)
- [2004-10-19 4:49]
Wow! this is Excellent! I think it must be the most exciting fungi shot I've seen. Felipe, you have done yourself proud today.
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2004-10-19 8:29]
You keep me suspended in this fairy tale world. The stuff you post stays facinating. Your contribution in this field is so valuable. Great work. Medal on the way! :)
- Crypton (2)
- [2004-10-19 12:37]
trop jolie ces cahmpignon et surtout ils montre l'ingeniosité de la nature ;)
la pdc est les couleurs sont chouette.
- Porteplume (84)
- [2004-10-21 13:01]
Fantastic image Felipe!
Great close-up, clear and sharp, and accompagned with a really interesting info. Merci!
- touristdidi (2490)
- [2004-10-23 0:20]
Such incrediable beauty....
- DuFrank (158)
- [2004-10-24 17:00]
Good shot! Nice composition and focus. And what an unbelievable sight! Those strange shapes. Seeing this image makes you realize that nature takes care of business, recycling the old and creating new. There's much to be learned from nature...
- fungiman (1005)
- [2004-12-09 4:00]
Lovely photo never easy to capture a fungi with a long stipe and very small cap. Those black stipes are a typical Marasmius feature.
I believe Marasmius sp have been move out of the Tricholomataceae family and now lie in there own Marasmiaceae family.
- livios (16942)
- [2005-01-09 12:16]
Felipe, another marvellous shot of fungi. Congratulations. Excellent sharpness DOF, POV and composition in order to depict adequately this rare scenario.
I'm really impressed.
- puciu (2631)
- [2005-02-16 7:06]
Super! ¦wietne makro fajnie wyszły te "parasolki"
- cicindela (9226)
- [2007-10-28 4:40]
A lot of positive things can be written about this picture but I will start from the title - it is just great! Simply - but so correct and true!
According to the photo I have to say that once again I can see muchrooms which are not known for me. And these are so tiny and small! Amazing macro with fantastic details, composition and note!
Bravo and TFS!
- fartash (5161)
- [2007-10-28 4:55]
Very intersting shot of these tiny fungis,
Perfect details,DOF and lighting,Welldone.