Into The Local Myco-History (pt. I.)
Nice capture of the small fungus siding the dead trunk. The small size of the fungus compared to the trunk is enhanced further by your placement of its position. Good color contrast of the fungus to the trunk as well.
- mariki (9477)
- [2008-12-31 8:46]
Very interesting picture of this fungus. Very good sharpness. Excellent prestentation. Good natural colours.
Congratulations for the finding.
Wish you all the best for this New Year.
- red45 (31094)
- [2008-12-31 9:23]
Big congratulations to you! I know what you feel! This is one of this posts which I like most. Not very showy, but VERY important and full of TN's spirit. By the way - this fungus looks like kind of organism from coral reef. Great composition also.
- siggi (52850)
- [2008-12-31 10:11]
Very nice capture. Excellent focus and detail.
Beautiful colours and definition. Light and composition are good.
Have a great New Year 2009.Regards Siggi
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2008-12-31 15:32]
Not an exciting shot visually, but very interesting from a mycologists point of view.
Its always exciting to be the first to photograph a species.
Congrats on finding this one.
I hope you have a good year ahead.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2009-01-01 2:07]
Hi Baratom Laszlo, another beautiful capture of a pretty fungi on a trunk with nice composition.
i wish you and your family a very healthy and happy New Year!
WOW!! That's really something to be thrilled and proud of!! And it is a very curious and beautiful specimen as well!
Congratulations my dear friend.
(Ops! I spent all my points but I'll be back, the occasion deserves it)
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2009-01-01 23:37]
Interesting fungi that I don't know.
Not a good close up but in his natural habitat.
Colours are natural and beautiful.
Personally I had the fungi what greater (macro) photographed.
Maybe you have this also done!Happy and healthy new year.
- jusninasirun (14660)
- [2009-01-03 19:58]
Congratulations for being the first to have this species registered in image and I'm sure the first in TN as well. The image is well placed in the frame and the sharpness and clarity are credible. Useful notes and I'm sure your hard work is paying off just by looking at this unique species. Well done and TFS. Warmest regards for 2009. Jusni
- ocskaymarci (134)
- [2009-01-04 1:57]
Gratulálok a nagy felfedezéshez!! Hiába, aki keres, az talál! ((:
Szép, kiegyenlített fotó!
- marhowie (486)
- [2009-01-07 5:16]
A well managed exposure with good details/colors.
Simple but effective composition, congratulations on this first detection of Fomitopsis rosea for Hungary!
- jignasi (27917)
- [2009-03-09 13:52]
Una fotografía maravillosa y de gran delicadeza por muchos aspectos.
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-03-20 4:49]
congratulations for the discovery. Indeed it is such a beautiful and unique specie.
Living in siolation and look like a cockle shell from this side. How lovely to discover and what a feeling too.
Nicely taken with good lighting.
NB: Thanks for your information on the previous fungus shot i sent. Im totally lost in the world of fungi world, especially the name. im trying to look for Malaysia sources to learn more. What an exciting world we have.
My sincere congratulation on your discovery! It must be a warm feeling to be the first at ANYTHING!!
Now I have continued reading your notes, what a disappointment to learn about the error in the statistics and correction to third!
Never mind, you can be proud about your achievement anyway. How big/small is this discovery?
Did you receive any more info/news in the 1 1/2 years since you took the photo?
I wish you a nice week-end