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Although I wanted to post a photo of this common yet beautiful species, the Yellow Staghorn (Calocera viscosa (Pers.) Fr.) a few times, I never did. So, after I made this shot yesterday, I have no excuse anymore, I have to include this species into my gallery - and I gladly do it.
Photo was taken in the Moanbaun Woods, a conifer-dominated beautiful forest near Watergrasshill village. Manual exposure mode and ISO, auto white balance. PP: moderate cropping, re-sharpening after re-sizing.
Thanks for looking and for commenting.
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Excellent image. Colorful specie and very interesting.
Very good composition.
- [2018-10-31 6:56]
very nice colored picture with good details and good sharpness
thanks gr lou
- [2018-10-31 12:51]
HI Laszlo,a magnificent species that i never seen in my life taken in a great way,i like the light position to create these different levels of the orange and excellent sharpness too! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Interesting colorful species
Perfect lighting condition, Laszlo. Like such lighting. Well captured Fungi with good details and colors. Good work.
Thanks and keep shooting