- jonnyval (0)
- [2005-04-03 8:09]
Well captured this stinky fellow.As you say, there must be different species since the one on my photo has only 6 arms.
Here in Belgium we have many species of fungis but I never saw this one;(No need to bring it over here):)
- Callie (7555)
- [2005-04-03 8:53]
I saw this monster yesterday where you commented on the sterlitsia, which was this same "thing"
It sure is a strange fungus, very well presented, rifgt out of a SCFI horror movie. Did you notice, bottom, right, there it is written in big, thin letters - SF, on the "stem" of the fungus!!
TFS, very nice
- Fisher (8915)
- [2005-04-03 9:18]
The devil's hand coming out of the ground. An interesting "fungi"? Well done on this capture and composition.
Great shot Steve. Looks very similar to your former post..So what's different about it?? Well done.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2005-04-03 11:14]
Belle et intéressante composition pour cette "chose" si étrange. Peut être un poil sombre...
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-04-03 13:03]
I remember your first post with this Devil's hands Steve! Still looks alien, weird and little scary for me. I heard that similiar grow in Poland but never saw such thing. Great subject and great post!
- japie (5187)
- [2005-04-03 15:55]
Great capture Steve! This is not the most beautiful of creation I have ever seen, but it certainly is very interesting and expertly captured.
Very well done and thanks for posting
- puffy (1351)
- [2005-04-03 22:22]
Oh my gosh, what is this Steve? it look like an alien from outter space.
First time I saw this kind of "thing" a bit scary for me. but it is a good shot, the sharpness and detail is so good that make my hair all stand...
Thanks for sharing.
- Comandante (1408)
- [2005-04-04 3:57]
Very interresting shot.
Good details,DOF and composition!
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2005-04-04 6:46]
I still remember the first time you posted this "monster" Steve. Still an unbelievable thing to see. The details and colors are very nice and it well composed. Very well done.
- jstewart (609)
- [2005-07-05 0:45]
Amazing! More extreme colour. Not like our much tamer Canadian stinkhorns which look like pallid phalluses.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2005-07-28 1:46]
Great shot Steve, I really lik ethe POV here. Looks like a couple of turkey feet glued together.