Morel Season Already Started
- lousat (65489)
- [2010-04-21 8:54]
Hi Laszlo,nice to see again you me too! What a beautiful pic taken in your famous style and from your prefered POV.There is all the nice atmosphere of the forest that stop to sleep after the winter,great composition and impressive quality as usual.Thanks for share,have a nice evening,LUCIANO
- livius (1525)
- [2010-04-21 8:59]
Ŕ bello vedere che dopo un lungo inverno la primavera Ŕ arrivata portando con se un sacco di novitÓ come questo fungo davvero molto particolare. Molto buono l'angolo da cui lo riprendi e ce lo presenti ben incorniciato nella foresta circostante, con ottimi dettagli e luce molto morbida. davvero una bella composizione.
- cloud (9539)
- [2010-04-21 10:08]
Excellent photo, this slender mushroom look very nice in natural environment.
I've tasted this species only once and only in childhood because in my region were other species. I gather mushrooms from over 50 years and know many edible species very well. All the life I live about forests and I'm very glad that my son and granddaughter also like forest and gathering of mushrooms.
Friendly regards, Pawel
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2010-04-21 11:43]
great picture with very good details and great sharpness
beautiful colours with nice light
i like this fungi
i have surch for morels but not find today
- pilonm (3321)
- [2010-04-21 12:16]
Nice picture of this interesting mushroom in progress. I like your pov but the horizontal big trunk behind the head of the mushroom is somewhat distracting. By darkening a litle bit the bg you will be able to emphasize the mushroom head IMHO. Nice composition following the 1/3 rule.
Bye and TFS,
- jlinaresp (17292)
- [2010-04-21 12:56]
Hello Lazlo "Doctor Mushroom" ... it is good that you've had time to post! ... beautiful portrait of this species, with a special fund managed by f/3.6, excellent environment and a fungus in the foreground superbly defined. I clicked on your link to Fung Association, although I do not understand their language, I have to say that there are very good pictures! Thanks for sharing, We will be waiting your photos every one to two weeks! TFS, Regards,
- CatherineD (14097)
- [2010-04-21 14:33]
Impressive composition with this pretty Verpa bohemica in its environement. Excellent DOF and sharpness. Cheers,
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2010-04-22 4:24]
Cool shot of this developing fungi. I have never seen them like this, before the cap opens up, interesting. Good composition, POV and sharpness.
- cobra112 (43366)
- [2010-04-22 5:53]
Ciao Lazlo. TFS this strange fungi. The best POV's choise for lightning and colored compo. Very good details and dephting too.
- foozi (25839)
- [2010-04-23 3:38]
Hi MF Laszlo,
What a lovely composition. Very sharp and the curled cap is so well seen in details. The gills is so special here, but most of all the long and beige trunk is stunning.
Nicely presented from our master of Fungi!
- Nilson (4423)
- [2010-04-24 14:29]
Nice shot with good colors and details. The composition is amazing very natural
- Noisette (7821)
- [2010-04-24 16:45]
another nice fungi shot from you, the carpet of dried leaves makes a superb BG
the sharpness is excellent
beautiful lighting and superb warm colors
thanks a lot and have a great WE
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2010-05-09 19:50]
A great shot of this little Morel from a very attractive low POV. Looks like this particular one may be drying out a bit, but still a great specimen to dine on.
Nicely composed image with excellent detail and beautiful natural colors. Fine work!!
- ingridshaul (0)
- [2010-06-05 4:27]
I am fascinated by ALL fungi, living in a VERY dry area and never seeing any. However, I am moving in the near future to a very wet place and expect to take photo of fungi in my bathroom...
Judging by the grass, this subject was only 15-20 cm?!? and you were flat on the ground to get this impressive view from underneath.
I like very much the way you controlled the depth of field allowing the viewer to see the "habitat".
I also like the natural colours showing us the 'juicy' appearance of spring.
The perfect focus and exposure make this image a pleasure to view.
Possibly, a more delicate frame might have amplefied the delicate Morel.
Have a nice week-end
Kind regards from South Africa
Can you believe that I have never seen a morel of any kind in my life?
They are common in other parts of Spain, but not very common around here. Although I know some people found them, I didn't :(
Excellent lighting and details in this capture. I know how diffuclt is to pull off something artistic, out of this kaos in the BG, but came out really nice.
Best regards, and thanks for your idents!