Finish Forest Fungi
|Copyright: Chris Minter (mints) (36)|
|Date Taken: 2004-08|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-11-12 4:08|
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|Whilst in the Finish forest hunting the edible variety I came across this one…. And while on its own it maybe nothing special, when it had the water from the trees above it transformed into something special. (I used a macro and a flash.)|
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It's a very nice picture you start with.
The colours are lovely and the detrails are very good.
The droplets are a great bonus. IMO little tight above.
Very good work.
Welcome to TN.
Pls add what camera you used and camera settings.
- [2005-11-12 6:18]
Bonjour et bienvenue sur TN!
Bon sujet etmerci pour la note. Les couleurs et les détails sont parfaits.
Welcome to TrekNature - excellent first post. Great color and DOF. The water droplets are nature's jewels. I agree with Gert about the framing.
This is a beautiful shot indeed.
This is a bracket fungus,probably Ganoderma applanatum.
They are a woody fungus thay can grow for many many years.You are right.With the water droplets it looks amazing.
Well spotted and captured.