In The Virgin Forest pt. II.
- Miss_Piggy (18714)
- [2009-05-24 8:38]
What an attention-grabbing presentation with just as interesting note. Really spectacular this huge fungi. Wow, I can believe you where thrilled to capture this showpiece. The shape and form is beautiful and reminds me a lot of a piece of coral or mollusc. It also has a rubbery appearance, but I am sure if one touches it, it will be soft like a mushroom. I like the full framed composition, the focus is great and the presentation beautiful. Thanks for sharing this fascinating subject. Best regards.
- red45 (31094)
- [2009-05-24 10:30]
Congratulations my Friend!
Very interesting note and fruitfull trip to your forest. I'm really glad that you founded such rare specie. Which looks like piece of coral reef. Or maybe piece of zombi's brain from horror movie :-) Anyway - detailed picture with nice forest BG and good looking main subject. There is even some kind of small insect on right sight of fungus :-)
- CatherineD (14097)
- [2009-05-24 11:46]
Very impressive specimen, with a good low POV and excellent sharpness. The tiny fly is a bonus. Very interesting note about your trip in this forest. Best regards,
- parthasarathi (1314)
- [2009-05-24 11:53]
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2009-05-24 13:51]
An awesome capture of this colourful Gyromitra.
It is similar in colour to Ascocoryne sarcoides and looks a bit like the inside of a shellfish.
Great exposure and detail.
Very nicely composed with a great note.
Cheers & TFS
- Noisette (7821)
- [2009-05-25 13:41]
Wow, what a strange fungi ! a very beautiful one taken from a good POV
the colors are superb as well as the lighting
Great sharp details
Have a good evening
- lovenature (6391)
- [2009-05-25 20:17]
Your Fungi is very unusual and interesting looking. Nice sharp detail and colour.
I changed the Theme to world wide...It was suppose to that way to begin with and just now figured out how to change the themes name.
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-05-26 0:35]
excellent presentation of this wonderful fungi. Very lively and lovely beauty.
A very natural presentation in such a great lighting and natural conditions.
thanks also for furnishing me with information of elephant's dropping fungi.
it is really useful and interesting.
well presented shot.
- maurydv (36428)
- [2009-05-27 13:27]
Ciao amico Ladislao,
yes, the name Ladislao exists in the Italian language, but it is not much frequent as first name, il is a historical name and in Italy there is a town with this name Ladispoli (Ladislao Polis); your compatriot Laszlo Biro is well known all over the world like Ladislao Biro too; a superb macro shot of this fungus taken with outstanding sharpness and bright colours, excellent POV and composition, a great job.
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2009-05-28 12:41]
super picture with good details and very good sharpness
- eng55 (5892)
- [2009-06-01 13:34]
It's a magnificent image.Exposure,natural colors,low level POV and DOF are wonderful.Excellent note too!
Thanks for posting..
- valy67 (9219)
- [2009-06-07 0:35]
Hello Laszlo !
What a strange funi, I have never seen something like that before - the shape is so unusual, so beautiful... You were lucky to find it ! And you have taken such a great picture, with excellent details, excellent compositio, nice low POV, and excellent use of your flash. Very well done !
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2009-06-08 5:31]
What a weird looking fungi... I like it, great composition, excellent sharpness and DOF. Exellent POV.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2009-06-12 15:49]
Woww.. what a spectacular mushroom and its perfectly taken macro shot with classical Laszlo quality.
Perfect presentation MF!
TFS and have a nice WE!
- siggi (52850)
- [2010-03-17 14:13]
what a interesting looking, but very beautiful mashroom species. You nicely presented it with a nice shot. Great focus, POV. Thanks for sharing.Best regards Siggi
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2010-03-19 23:34]
I see this one I have been missed. This specie I never been seen and is not in the Netherlands.
Als the 4 specie from Gyromitra are on the red list.
What photo- good low pov and dof with clarity colours.
- heimann2 (4536)
- [2010-05-12 1:59]
a great shot. You can see a lot of other creatures in this fungus!
I really like your funghi on TN. Best regards
- Black44 (3703)
- [2010-11-03 15:32]
Vaya pedazo de hongo, que extrańo y original a su vez, preciosos colores y buena composición.
PD. He estado echando un ojo a tu repertorio, y tienes unas imagenes muy buenas y bien presentadas. Felicidades.
Un saludo de Antonio
- jusninasirun (14660)
- [2010-12-26 5:27]
Thanks for sharing this strange looking fungus from the virgin forest, László. I have never seen something like this before and probably never will around my neighborhood. Fabulous details and well metered exposure. The muted forest in the background is making this shot stunning.
Thanks and happy boxing day. Greetings from Malaysia - Jusni