My 1st Chanterelle
- Hotelcalifornia (14408)
- [2016-09-03 4:04]
Beautiful photograph of this Fungi. Like keep the way you made surrounding dark and illuminated main subject. Excellent DOF and color.
Thanks for sharing with useful NOTE,
Regards and have a nice WE,
- marius-secan (29598)
- [2016-09-03 4:18]
Nice composition with a very interesting plant. Nice shape and colors.
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2016-09-03 6:07]
Ciao Laszlo, great macro of lovely fungus, good sharpness, wonderful natural colors, fine details and splendid light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- lousat (65489)
- [2016-09-03 15:41]
Hi Laszlo,one of the most good mushrooms to eat,there are a lot in the italian Alps in this month.An excellent capture very sharp and bright as always,i like it! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2016-09-03 18:50]
Great presentation of this fine looking Chanterelle. You did a wonderful job with exposure considering you didn't use any flash. Very good detail and beautiful natural tones. Nice vertical composition. The photo actually makes me a bit hungry:)
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2016-09-04 11:43]
nice picture Laszlo
good details and lovely naturel colours
- luciola (4193)
- [2016-09-12 4:34]
It's my favorite mushrooms. They are beautiful, they have a wonderful color and beautiful shapes. Magnificent specimen.
This is a magnificent close-up of the chanterelle. It looks as if it was lit-up from inside against the dark background.
Excellent management of the colours, light and sharpness. The gills are so distinct !
I found your gallery by chance (I am a TE member), and I have read that you are a mycologist. I suppose the job is made easier in Ireland, with all the damp weather :)
I see the picture was taken in August last year. It's the right time for mushrooms, as it is now in Brittany !
We have quite a few chanterelles in our garden or in the country lanes around.
Do you know by any chance if it's of any use to put back in the place where we found them, the end of the tails we cut off before cooking them ? Just curious to know if it would help them grow again ?
Thanks for your time, if you can spare a little.