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Giant mushrooms


Giant mushrooms
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Copyright: Hernan Tolosa (saguzar) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1095 W: 72 N: 1394] (7202)
Genre: Fungi
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-03-06
Categories: Fungi
Camera: Zenith 12 XP, Helios 58mm 1:2
Exposure: f/11, 1/250 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2006-06-07 16:40
Viewed: 6692
Points: 24
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [Spanish]
These are the "hats" of really great size fungi, perhaps 30 cm of diameter or perhaps more. I found them in front of a countriside house,at the border of a street. I lowered quickly and I made some photos; I did not want to call the attention of the inhabitants too much. The illumination was not the ideal because they were between shades and lights one hour after the dawn.
I do not have idea to that species or family belongs, IO thanks any aid in the identification.

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Hello Hernan!
I love mushrooms my friend! These are so huge! If you didn't mention about the size, I don't realize it! I like the composition, especially I like these mushrooms which grown on a grassy place! I have not exact id but I think that some kind of lepiota species! Thank you for showing these huge mushrooms!
Ersin

Hola Hernan.
Es increible lo que la naturaleza produce y pensar que estas setas estan en el primer escalon.
Muy buena composicion y los colores son bastante expresivos.
Saludos.
JC

Hi Hernan, A interesting mushroom that grows in your part of the world. The things we have to do to get a good shot. Way to go. Janice

I have to agree with Ersin some species of lepiota but what an amasing size, nice find TFS

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  • Dando Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 637 W: 32 N: 792] (3084)
  • [2006-06-08 5:31]

Hi Hernan, that's one big mushroom. You have shown it well with good lighting exposure and detail, well taken and TFS.
Dean.

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  • dew77 Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4432 W: 248 N: 4028] (13270)
  • [2006-06-08 7:46]

Hello Hernan,
Wonderful capture,POV,details,framing and composition are excellent.Mushrooms are very interesting,but i have no idea about it:)
TFS...:-)

Hello Hernan, Excllent POV, details, BG, POV, DOF, Perfect JOb, TFS Kyle

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  • RII Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 481 W: 0 N: 895] (2862)
  • [2006-06-10 22:21]
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Hola Hernan....pero no Crespo sino Tolosa.
Muy bonita compocion, ese rayo de luz transversal le da mas notoriedad a la foto,buen angulo y punto de vista, y ya lo que es una costumbre en tus fotos los buenos y saturados tonos y colores,buenos contrastes y detalles.

A que hora tomaste esa foto? el colega Felipe (extramundi) es un experto en hongos el seguro sabe el nombre de esta especie.

Saludos....RICARDO.

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  • aido Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor [C: 1044 W: 156 N: 1218] (4046)
  • [2006-06-13 4:16]

Hi Hernan,
Wow, these are big mushrooms. I don't have a frying pan that big :-) A nice shot too, I really like the POV and composition that makes them look almost like stepping stones and the DOF is good also, it makes the foremost mushroom really stand out. Ununsual mushrooms and a nice shot, thanks for sharing.
Best Regards,
Adrian

Hello Hernan,
Nice shot, and well composed..I like the OOF mushrooms BG that trail off diagonally.
Good detail, color, DOF, and interesting light.
Well done and Thank You!

olá,
bonitas cores e perspectiva! Boa luz e composição e detalhes!
Thanks Ana:)

Hola Hernan, como bien le comentas a Ricardo, estos dias voy y vengo, pero no desaparezco y aqui estoy al ataque.
Coincido con Clive que Lepiota o Macrolepiota es lo más probable. Por el tamaño de la hierba, no parecen tan grandes.
Como siempre otros detalles serian bienvenidos para poder afinar, pero comprendo que si no querias molestar, ponerte a arrancar setas no era buena idea :)
Un buen resultado para lo comprometido de la situación.
Más especies Sudamericanas seran bienvenidas :)
Saludazos transatlanticos.

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