- hester (11638)
- [2006-08-30 15:30]
Wonderful shot - I really like this.
Wonderful tones, great composition and a love the feeling of wet and damp.
- Janice (18832)
- [2006-08-30 16:16]
I don't know Felipe, maybe a splash of red paint would look good there... Even purple!!
No, super shot showing us the damp mushrooms and the wonderful compost... Another very interesting image for us. I learn a lot from your photos - thank you
- eruyanik (5046)
- [2006-08-30 17:06]
Really a superb one! Shiny and vivid, what a beauty! i like your frame a lot also. This is a great idea that using long exposure, how can you get that idea :-)
Only i can say, BRAVO!!!
btw, i don't know about the id too, but if you find any info, let me know :-)
Very wet photo :-) I don't know ID, but one thing is sure - they're very nice looking fungi, also common in Poland [at least ones which look the same :-)]. Composition with dried, brown oak [?] leaves looks superb. Black and white border of frame is my favourite postprocessing trick from you :-) I hope you'll finally ID these nasty fungi my friend :-)
- blakitan (5517)
- [2006-08-30 18:31]
- saguzar (7202)
- [2006-08-30 18:38]
Hola Felipe y Cristina,
Otra muestra espectacular de tu amor por las setas. Me sorprende la variedad que encontrais.
Me maravilla el aspecto gelificado que tienen al estar mojado.
Los detalles , la luz y la composición son como es habitual en vuestras fotos, de primera categoría.
Saludos desde Sudamérica
- fungiman (1005)
- [2006-08-31 2:40]
I know the feeling of having a common fungi that you can never ID :) You should be able to narrow down your seach with a spore print. From memory only Entoloma and Pluteus species have pink spores. Nice photo with good colour, POV and DOF
- keanhoon (1264)
- [2006-08-31 3:20]
As usual, you have capture a nice fungi friend here. I wonder if the reflation was from the sky at very early in the morning?
- RAP (7405)
- [2006-08-31 6:48]
Otra bella presentación Felipe... el detalle del reflejo en las hojas del suelo es muy agradable.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2006-08-31 8:22]
Nice wet-looking fungi amongst the oak leaves (thanks Greg for the leaf ID). 3 secs is a long exposure, but teh results are nice.
This winter has been hopelss for fungi here, to dry, not enough rain. Only a few specimens found including the lilac one I posted last week.
Hopefully spring and early summer will produce more specimens.
Hi Felipe and Cristina,
even if I can't see the colour of spore print, I think it is Rhodocollybia butyracea (Bulliard 1792) Lennox 1979, so it must have white spore print. Its cap is very hygrophanous, so you can find it with a lot of colours. In old book you can find it with an abandoned old name, Collybia butyracea (Bulliard 1792) Fries 1887.
- carper (8439)
- [2006-09-01 6:20]
fantastic shot my friend,
great fungi shot, I know you are the master of the fungi and I say that with respect, very good job my friend.
- jmp (8415)
- [2006-09-01 11:29]
Preciosas texturas super-húmedas y de bellos tonos marrones que anticipan tu otoño. Me encanta el aspecto de las superficies de todo lo que se ve en la foto. Una composición muy buena.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2006-09-07 13:29]
Wow ! 3.2 secondes with tripod, good idea again for a superb macro ! Sharpness, colors and exposure are excellent. Congratulations Felipe and TFS.