what are these?
I'm pretty sure these are Coprinus lagopus, the Haresfoot Inkcap. We have the same species here on the West Coast of NZ.
A Google image search under Coprinus lagopus should find them.
Not a bad shot of these two.
I like the composition and POV.
- Argus (50626)
- [2007-10-25 6:32]
These fungi are related to the Shaggy Ink-cap and come under the genus name of Coprinus. There are several species of Coprinus and this one might be Coprinus macrocephalus. Many fungi in this family are edible when young and can be quite tasty.
Fine capture with good sharpness and in an excellent composition with a fine bokeh BG.
Well done and TFS!
- fragman (43778)
- [2007-10-25 7:02]
very nice ones, never saw this kind before, TFS Ori
- dejo (2242)
- [2007-10-25 7:14]
No idea what species is that, but great picture
great colors & sharpness
- undoredo (2740)
- [2007-10-25 10:25]
Very well focused on these mushrooms, with excellent details and sharpness.
Beautiful colours and very nice composition with nice POV.
Well done and TFS,
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2007-10-27 5:48]
What a perfect reproduction of amazing scene. Shot is composed simply outstandingly. DOF is great: sharpness of the fungi and blurriness of the surroundings are fantastic. Colours and lighting are great too. Bravo and TFS. Excellent job.
- XOTAELE (8)
- [2007-10-28 2:13]
Delicados tonos y bellos contrastes los de estas pequeñas setas con el fondo.
Un saludo, JL.
- RP1 (251)
- [2008-01-01 10:11]
Thank you for visiting and kind comments.
I like your picture. Very nice amazing mushrooms scene. Pleasant colour palette and perfect details. My compliments and kind regards.