So fresh you almost feel like frying it up for breakfast.
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yikes! what an eye popper! brilliant capture here Michael! simply wonderful -- the under bellies of these mushrooms are simply riveting! bravo!
15 Jul 2008 5:53am
@dj.tigersprout: thanks so much, Jaycee. I was hoping fro a gripping effect.
Michael - talk about dramatic. Getting your camera low enough to capture the light and detail you found here was worth the effort. Nice.
15 Jul 2008 6:09am
@Stephen Phillips: Thanks, Steven. I'm always astounded when I come across fungus like this.
OMG, these are CRAZY! What a top image, love the angle Michael, DOF and colour are awesome!
15 Jul 2008 6:15am
@Kylie Greenan: Thanks, Kylie. I'm glad you liked them.
This is nature! Beautiful.
15 Jul 2008 6:26am
@Ana Lúcia: Thank you very much, Ana Lúcia.
Excellent capture Michael. The underside of the mushrooms are so interesting. Your DOF is great and as usual your framing just enhances this wonderful picture.
15 Jul 2008 6:29am
@Marion: Couldn't ask for a better comment. Thank you, Marion.
Excellent details here and angle,too! They look very appetizing...I wonder....are they edible?
15 Jul 2008 7:49am
@Japanalia: If they were edible they probably would have been gathered by the mushroom-loving local people. Marta says they can't be eaten. Thank you, Gabriela.
Absolutely fabulous macro with lot of details and good composition.
15 Jul 2008 8:15am
@Marie Le Corre: Thank you very much, Marie.
A very beautiful capture with fine details and vibrant colours. I think, however, that it's not edible ;-)
15 Jul 2008 8:23am
@MadScientist: I agree it isn't edible, just looks like it. thank you, MS.
What can I say, beautiful capture of a lovely plant
15 Jul 2008 9:04am
@Peter Miller: Thank you very much, Peter.
Really a nice catch here. I especially like the perspective and focus. Did those have an intensive smell?
15 Jul 2008 9:07am
@Mirko Herzner: Thank you, Mirko. Yes, they had a earthy moldy smell which I love.
Wonderful photo. The details and perspective are rather impressive. (I'm salivating).
15 Jul 2008 9:08am
@António Pires: Thank you very much, António. It looks edible but probably isn't.
Did you taste them? Interesting forms
15 Jul 2008 9:29am
@Dr. Leonard Yossarian: No I didn't. They are probably toxic otherwise local people would have picked them. Thank you for visiting.
Love the texture and the fine detail! Well done!
15 Jul 2008 9:43am
@Craig: Thank you very much, Craig.
This photo is just stunning. The details are just fantastic and I love the earthy colors! Very well done, Michael!
15 Jul 2008 10:09am
@Betty: A wonderful comment which I really enjoyed. thank you, Betty.
That's huge! I love mushrooms! Is it edible? I hope it is...
15 Jul 2008 11:02am
@Koushiro~光子郎: Thanks, Koushiro. Sorry it isn't edible.
wow! what wonderful detail. this is an excellent capture...
15 Jul 2008 11:21am
@paulski: Thank you very much, Paulski.
What a sublime beauty! Incredibly lovely details and textures... and so is the lighting! Great work.
15 Jul 2008 11:41am
@hugo poon: Thank you for the delightful comment, Hugo.
everything great and excellent in this shot! contrast,details,angle,colours,light...everything!!
so lovely and so beautiful! i like it too much! well done
@saeed: That's a great comment. Thank you, Saeed.
Such a beautiful shot with great sunlight and symmetry of lines contrasting the mushrooms' irregular shapes.
15 Jul 2008 12:25pm
@Steven: Thank you very much, Steven.
This shot is so very clear - a perfect and interesting mushroom capture, Michael. Are they edible?
15 Jul 2008 12:34pm
@Judy: Thanks, Judy. They aren't edible just look that way.
What a great fungus. Your photo is perfect.
15 Jul 2008 1:24pm
@Steve: Thank you, Steve. I appreciate that.
Amazing. I love the image. Is that a poisonous mushroom?
15 Jul 2008 2:30pm
@Rags: Thanks, Rags. Yes, I believe it is toxic.
This is just about as perfect a photo as you can get...wow I'm so impressed...wth are the stars?
15 Jul 2008 2:41pm
@Lorraine: A delightful comment. thank you, Lorraine.
Great job! Love the details!
15 Jul 2008 3:27pm
@Paul van der Meer: Many thanks, Paul.
Which impressive details and sharpen.
15 Jul 2008 3:58pm
@Calusarus: Thank you, Calusarus.
Really impressive shot Michael! The detail is fantastic. It's a great almost 3D image! :-)
15 Jul 2008 4:16pm
@Anne: Thank you, Anne. I appreciate that.
Great picture Michael, the detail is incredible fantastically sharp,
15 Jul 2008 4:30pm
@Observing: Thanks, Mike. Fungus always seems to make an interesting subject.
what a great shot.
15 Jul 2008 6:54pm
@Tracey: Thanks very much, Tracey.
They are so clear, crisp and delicious looking.
15 Jul 2008 7:51pm
@Michael Rawluk: Many thanks, Michael.
Magnificent details, Michael ... I find them strangely appealing ...
15 Jul 2008 8:09pm
@Ron: I know exactly what you mean. Thank you, Ron.
You captured them with such a great angle! Lovely colours and textures.
15 Jul 2008 8:52pm
@standley: thank you very much, Richard.
This is so beautiful, it takes my breath away! I just love the natural earth tones and the contrast between the fungus' rim and underside. It takes my breath away!
15 Jul 2008 11:04pm
@Tracey: Many thanks, Tracey. I'm glad you liked it.
This is a great photo Michael. I love the angle you've taken it from and the lighting is good.
16 Jul 2008 6:30am
Love the textures and colour of this fungus, it was a really find, and you've captured it wonderfully Michael.
16 Jul 2008 8:59am
@MaryB: thanks, Mary. I was happy to come across this.
Wonderful! Excellent perspective - reminds us all to look at life everyday with fresh eyes.
16 Jul 2008 1:52pm
@martie: That's a nice sentiment. thank you, Martie.
Exceptional shot! Almost too beautiful to eat :)
16 Jul 2008 6:27pm
@Ina: Thank you, Ina.
Beautiful shot. I'm jealous.
17 Jul 2008 7:50pm
@Twelvebit: Again thank you.
Look tasty :) hehe
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24 Jul 2008 4:33am
@alla: Thanks, I'll have a look and nice to hear from you again.
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