- red45 (31094)
- [2005-10-03 4:03]
Yeah Sue, this looks like very dense area of town ;-) You found nice place and photographed it very well. I'm not sure about composition - maybe cropping upper part of picture would help a little? Anyway - good place, good photo!
- wishnugaruda (19365)
- [2005-10-03 4:10]
Hi Sue, a wonderful world you let us look at.
I was waiting a few minutes, but no gnom or fairy came into your photo.
But the spirit is still there, I like it, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-10-03 4:16]
Very nice capture.Colors,details,lighting and composition are wonderful.TFS...:-)
Hi Sue, it looks a pleasant village full of cottages with trees growing in the streets. I have done a quick workshop to crop it a bit more and to brighten it a bit. I hope you like it. For such small fungi I think you have done a really great job. Well shown, thank you.
- jmaddocks (180)
- [2005-10-03 7:30]
Hi Sue. Won't you take me to, Fungi Town - well, it looks like you have! What a great view of a part of the world we so often trod on. This is a beautiful composition. It's interesting to see the young shoots coming up throughout the shot. Fascinating!
- carper (8439)
- [2005-10-03 13:02]
Yes nice shot Sue,
good clear shot, nice light, good composition, very good pov and nice dof,
- wallhalla15 (13829)
- [2005-10-03 14:35]
Sue, very interesting fungi. Colorful photo, good sharpness and details. Well done.
What an awesome gallery you have on TN ... I am very happy that I dropped by
nice pictures ... loved them
cheers ... sarju
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-10-04 7:13]
I love the shot. Nice colors and detail. I have not found the little elves yet. I love the title. The bad part is now I will have this song called funky town running thru my head.(Lots of empty space to run in)
- Hormon_Manyer (10123)
- [2009-08-14 22:54]
Nice shot, although Janice's level and crop corrections are right. But the scene itself is awesome.
Living in Europe, with very different fungal flora than in NZ, I can't make a proper ID, but it's clear Your species belongs to Masrasmiaceae family.
Tfs, best regards from Hungary, László