Coprinellus disseminatus - to Jesús
- fyapici (7499)
- [2010-02-05 15:06]
First of all a very nice dedication for our dear friend Jesus. I'm sure he likes this.
A very good taken fungi family photo. Interesting place, interesting pose. You cought it really very well. Bravo and TFS.
Dear friend Laszlo! this is a nice surprise for me! many thanks, this is a fine specimen of C. disseminatus! and this POV also could only occur to you! shoted from below! this makes these tiny "dancing dress" can be appreciated gratefully, optimal focus, eye pleasant 3D effect.
Laszlo, in fact if I'm interested enough fungi. Although in my region have not many species, and the few that I photographed are difficult to identify. But lately I've really enjoyed looking at the photos of fungi from you, others of Laurens, and less others from Szabo.
I think I have a pair of mushrooms in my files, I'll see if I find them, although I have to post it without ID!
I reiterate my gratitude for this gift. I know you're busy with your work and appreciate you taking time to this photo. I hope you post more often. Always a pleasure to see your work.
I send a warm hug from Venezuela! happy weekend Laszlo friend!
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2010-02-05 17:07]
Hi Baratom Laszlo,
Very pleasant photo, the POV is great. it seems to be focused in all the right places, except back sides, but it's really not too noticeable indeed. the blurred BG really stand out well the subject. Well photographed MF! Also pleasant dedication our mutual and good friend Jesus.
TFS and ahve a nice night & Saturday!
Ps. It is also a honour for me that we are neighbors today like our hearts:)
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2010-02-05 19:41]
with the luminosity and colour tones very beautiful photo
of these fungis, fine low POV, fine focus sharpness and details,
- loot (11276)
- [2010-02-05 20:08]
Sorry it took me a while, but finally I made it back to your portfolio. You were right when
you remarked in my 4th Anniversary posting how strange it is that we never actually met
before here on TrekNature. Anyway, now that we have finally made our acquaintances I
I sincerely hope it will grow form strength to strength. It took me some time to make good
on my promise and for that I apologise, but I was still very busy with a big project at work
which we finally and successfully started up yesterday so hopefully my life can now return
It is great that we have photographers like you, here on our beloved site, who predominantly
specialises in fungi photography. There aren't too many of you guys who show us these
magnificent creations. Over time I have grown to love the beauty and diversity of all the
fungi I have seen on the site and this lovely dedication to Jesús just proves my point. Even
though you mention how common it is, it still remains striking to see the delicate structure
of each little fungi and I quite like the way you captured this shot showing mostly the under
sides and the stems of the subjects. It is a good composition showing the fine details of this
beautiful tuft of Coprinellus disseminatus.
Good work and TFS.
Take care and have a great weekend.
- eng55 (5892)
- [2010-02-05 23:04]
Magnificent close up.Well seen and composed.Lighting,framing,visual impact and details are perfect.Very nice deication to our friend Jesus.Have a great weekend!
Thanks for posting..
- saeedabbasi (5100)
- [2010-02-05 23:27]
Hi dear Laszlo ,
As always so nice work from you.
Lovely fungi family.
You took these group mushrooms with a very quick exposure taken F/2.8.
I try always with F/11 for this type of pictures, perhaps through the other lens or camera.
I find your picture absolutely very well, lovely for look at. TFS.
Have a nice weekend,
- nasokoun (62)
- [2010-02-06 0:32]
very good POV and light create this beautiful and very fine output photo!
keep photographing my friend! TFS
- maurydv (36428)
- [2010-02-06 0:48]
splendida dedica all'amico Jesus; una bellissima macro di Coprinellus disseminatus ripreso con un punto di vista di un vero appassionato ed esperto sia dei funghi che della fotografia, la scelta della prospettiva ci offre un visione didattica e scientifica per la conoscenza di questo fungo, appagante anche sul piano compositivo ed estetico con un ottimo effetto tridimensionale, i colori naturali e delicati ci immergono nel clima uggioso e nella tenue luce del sottobosco. Bravo
Grazie e complimenti
Buon fine di settimana
- foozi (25839)
- [2010-02-06 3:21]
Hi My Friend Laszlo,
this is really a stunning capture with such a dramatic low angle presentation.
the clarity and sharpness is very very exciting to note. The gills and the moss is a great bonus in giving this composition and exciting and pleasant one.
such a professional capture which is hard to beat.
Congratulations for such a brilliant fungi photo.
- cobra112 (43366)
- [2010-02-06 4:56]
Ciao Lazlo. Good POV in interesting playng of light. Beautiful colours.
- Argus (50626)
- [2010-02-06 7:38]
I like you POV that shows the gills more than the top of the caps of this species of Fungus, one that looks familiar here too but I don't remeber seeing them in the spring!
Excellent lighting and sharpness as it grows on its mossy substrate against a suitable BG.
A fine tribute to our TN friend Jesús too1
Thanks and kind regards,
- lousat (65238)
- [2010-02-06 15:51]
Hi Lazslo,you know how use the light...ehehe...and this is another fantastic example.The pic is a great beauty,great sharpness and colors too and very interesting specie.Thanks for share my friend and for the always nices words about my pics,have a nice Sunday,Luciano
- Noisette (7821)
- [2010-02-07 13:36]
a fine image of this great fungi family, taken from a nice POV so we can see the underside of this Coprinellus disseminatus, the details are sharp
beautiful lighting and natural environment
Have a good night
- chudy (899)
- [2010-02-17 15:14]
Very pretty, great shown family of mushrooms structure of mushrooms from the bottom. Very nice dedication to Jesús Linares.
I am greeting Slawek
- alin-m (1773)
- [2010-02-18 5:29]
An interesting bunch of mushrooms,of all sizes.
Nice picture.Well done.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2010-04-06 9:28]
I seldom collide with mushrooms. It is funny but I have only few (not good :)) shots of the one individual. That is why I like shot of fungi especially so attractive one. They are looked on a natural stage covered by moss greatly. Thanks a lot and kind regards.