... Mycena flavoalba...
|Copyright: tino valen (tinoValen2oo7)
|Date Taken: 2010-08-19|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2011-02-21 1:32|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|lente 100mm, f2.8,|
nikon d 80,
treppiede scatto remoto,
a tutti buona giornata e buona visione,
to all a lovely day Iwish,
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Sono il primo?!?!
Sensazione fiabesca in questa macro. Molto particolare e ricercato il taglio e molto bello lo sfondo sfocato. Se non sbaglio c'è anche un piccolo insetto sul gambo del fungo...
- [2011-02-21 6:45]
Very creatively captured fungi, well done. tfs.
Interesting capture. Very nice the fungi on the left. Great colors, lovely details and
Thanks for sharing!
Very simple, lite and easy for the eye Tino! Bravo!
Beautiful micro-world photo, with great composition and sharpness on the subject. Probably, if you use different f-stop, not 2.8, the specimen in the background would have been less blurred and a more serious compositional element.
The ID specification's particularly wrong. Mycena flavoalba (Fr.) Quél., in under-genera level, belongs to the section Adonidae. This section has 4 species in Europe, all of them are quite colorful, from white / yellow even to bright orange, but no grey-ish tone on the cap of any of those species. Most probably you photographed Mycena aetites (Fr.) Quél., a species from the huge section Fragilipedes. Like M. flavoalba, it's also living in lawns and other grassy territories, having cap color like on your photo and a bit nitrous odour.
Thanks for sharing this artistic Mycena-shot, I wish you all the best and I hope to see more fungal photos of you. Ciao e grazie, Ladislao (Ungheria)