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|This is another large fungi I found in the beech forest near Coal Creek falls the other day.,|
Tylopilus formosus grows to around 10 mm tall and is found under beech (Nothofagus) and Tea Tree or Manuka (Leptospermum) in Autumn.I thought when I looked at this on the camera,the shot was ok,but I didn't have my glasses with me.I feel it could be a lot better.
Its a cool fungus nonetheless,so i thought it was worth posting.
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Preciosos ejemplares, bonito POV buena definición con detalle. Saludos
- [2007-04-28 7:06]
Great shot of this rare black mushrooms, Steve!
Very interesting and marvellous in sharpness, focus, POV, DOF and composition.
Great and natural colors and good note.
My compliments and TFS.
Steve, maybe just a touch soft as you say, but definitely worth posting.
I've never seen such a dark fungi, nearly black. Its great. POV, DOF and composition are all good. Anyway now you have a reason to go back and shoot it again :)
- [2007-05-08 7:23]
Black mushrooms! Yes, a little soft, but worth posting Steve. Very interesting, especially teh undersides - look like sponges,
It is a beautiful fungus. Tha black textures are very strange.
Thanks very much for taking this rarities to us.
Best regards, MF.
Although Your glasses weren't there with You, the photo became very good. And very interesting to me, too. As far as I know, from Tylopilus genus only T. felleus lives in Europe. Tfs this Boletus-alike from Down Under. Congrats, best regards, László