- LordPotty (12503)
- [2010-07-23 10:25]
It's wonderful to see a photo from you again.
A great image as usual, perhaps a little more light through the mid section would be better, but the POV, composition and sharpness is superb.
Thanks for posting here again. I'm going to post something myself, when I can get it down to 300 kilobytes. Whats with that ? lol
This is what I was waiting for in the last couple of years: You post fungi again! And what a pic MF! Absolutely excellent! No need to say more about the quality: it's a fantastic masterpiece, a real orange symphony of fungi! Bravo bravissimo amigo! I wish to make such a brilliant image at least once in my life.
I was thinking firstly the ID specification's wrong and what we see on Your pic is Phyllotopsis nidulans (Pers.) Singer, but after half an hour of search in literature, in my private archives and on the net I must agree with Your original identification, although colors are a bit strange for Panellus stipticus (Bull.) P. Karst. In most of the cases this species has ochre, cream-ochre cap color, not orange.
Gracias, saludos, László
- jlinaresp (17292)
- [2010-07-23 11:28]
Una joya de POV que hace que la imagen "evolucione" maravillosamente y una exposición perfectamente manejada; esto esto es tanto como ver el Hongo a ojo desnudo, me imagino.
Saludos / Gracias por compartir / Feliz fin de semana para ti y tu familia.
- ingridshaul (0)
- [2010-07-23 13:11]
Hola Felipe Mateo and Cristina
A lovely ''spiral staircase'' in an interesting view from below! I always visualise Fungi as displaying the biggest, oldest at the bottom and the smallest on the top...
László describes so ably your wonderful work, for me the amateur I can only say: it is a true pleasure to vie your photo!
Have a nice weekend
- nagraj (15166)
- [2010-07-24 0:52]
Very artistic image of this lovely fungi, very interesting viewpoint and the lighting is great. tfs.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2010-07-24 4:34]
Beautiful details of the gills. Great composition, a lovely collection of individuals. Great POV. What a pity you couldn't do a night shot, that woud have been something to see. TFS
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2010-07-24 10:02]
I am pleased to see your new nice picture after so long pause. As always you have presented these beautiful fungi excellently at a very impressive POV with vivid colours and superb details. My compliments and all the best.