- cobra112 (43360)
- [2012-01-26 4:57]
Ciao Brenda. Details sharp and DOF are very good. Excelente colours and contrast.
- maaciejka (27117)
- [2012-01-26 9:18]
this is photo of true nature. Interesting fungi.
Great point of view.
Thanks for sharing,
- lousat (59345)
- [2012-01-26 14:28]
HI Brenda,great capture whit super details on the fungi and great colors too,i like the rich composition and perfect light balance too.Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- KOMSIS (10024)
- [2012-01-27 9:04]
The composition of the natural and beautiful ..
- tuslaw (17097)
- [2012-01-28 15:30]
A pleasing image of this beautiful Bracket Fungi growing in it's natural habitat. The overall quality of the photo is excellent and contains wonderful detail, exposure and natural coloration.
You may be right about it's identity as it looks alot like the photo of Artist's Conk in my guide book. It is very difficult to tell without viewing the underside, and even then you can't be 100% sure. Great work!!
- siggi (52726)
- [2012-01-29 7:40]
very beautifull photo,nice colors and sharp details, like it a lot.
Best regards Siggi
- Jakkals (2769)
- [2012-01-29 9:41]
A Beautiful composition with wonderful colours and clarity. Truly a great piece of work.
- jusninasirun (14660)
- [2012-01-29 17:05]
I like the colors of these bracket fungi. Nice natural setting of this well exposed image.
Thanks and have a great week ahead,
I agree with your own question asked under the workshop - the image would be much more elegant, I'd say powerful, without the needles on the surface on the polypore. Otherwise a good photo with well exposured colors, great sharpness and DoF. Tfs.
The species on your photo is very different from Ganoderma applanatum (see that one here, for example). It's very probably Pycnoporus sanguineus (L.) Murrill, a pantropical polypore species, which is quite common in any tropical / subtropical area, in any continent except for Europe. Unlike G. applanatum, its fruit-body is annual, and both the trama (not seen on your photo) and the edge of the fruit-body is orange-ish, not white as of Ganodermas.
Best regards, László