- albert (2971)
- [2009-03-20 4:50]
Nice to be your neighbour today!
Great composition of this hanging mushroom
the focus and exposure are excellent and colours very natural
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2009-03-20 5:14]
My, what bad luck to miss the Robin at such a close diatance, Steve! You could have taken a pot shot.
Anyway, this mushroom looks delicious, but I suppose you can't eat every species of them :).
The image is beautiful. The red hat of this fungus looks wonderful against the green BG of mosses.
Thans and regards.
- zulfu (43)
- [2009-03-20 10:16]
Hello Steve, excellent shot of a colourful mushroom.
TFS and G's,
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2009-03-20 12:58]
very sharpness composition
very good light
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2009-03-20 15:11]
Hi Steve, a beutiful macro capture of this mushroom in a fine composition with excellent clarity, nice DOF/POV and details.
TFS and have a nice WE!
Hi MF Steve,
You had a beautiful day yesterday (today? - depend on where You live) - thank You also very much for Your e-mail, I'll answer it right now.
Great shot. Firstly I thought it's a Russula, but of course if You check out the pic more properly You can realize it's something else. Made a search on Index Fungorum on the genera and the specie, here's the result: although Weraroa genus is valid and having now 6 species, this on the pic is officially named Leratiomyces erythrocephalus (Tul. & C. Tul.) Beever & D.-C. Park (2008). You know, the neverending taxonomical game... :)
Have a nice weekend, feriendly regards, László
- vorpal (48)
- [2009-03-21 17:25]
I like the POV on this "Red Pouch Fungi" Steve, looked to me like a "Russula". Composition, DOF and focus are very nice! I'm a huge fan of the surrounding Moss in your photo's! Keep it coming!
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-03-21 23:39]
such an amazing creation. Very bright red among the soft green. With the look it is so delicious, but of course cannot be consumed.
Well shown with clarity and excitement for its protuding style.
well composed with clarity and habitat that surround this special fungi.