mushroom at dawn  

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Uploaded: 09/02/05 6:21 AM GMT
mushroom at dawn
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Still didn't found the time to determinate my mushroom shots. But like to post some of them anyway. Hope you like this one


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09/02/05 6:50 AM GMT
Seems like it could be some sort of Agaricus, Amanita, or Russula variant. For a scene that doesn't look brightly lit, this has been done well. Nice find!
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09/02/05 7:15 AM GMT
Wow, this is sensational! Kudos in all apsects.
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Everyone thinks I'm psychotic except for my little friends in Middle-earth.
09/02/05 8:21 AM GMT
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09/02/05 11:48 AM GMT
This is just right for me in almost all respects. :) (I'm tough to get a perfect in all respect comment from... ^_^) The lighting for one is really good and the composition is rather dynamic. I love the color palette with mostly subtle hues of natures own best beige/yellow/brown (sepia I guess).

I know I would have been there with the blurring tool in PS on some of the details that I don't think point the attention to the main subject but in the end I would probably think it's better to leave it be and not mess too much with it. (My wife always tell me not to make images too perfect and I really agree with that way of thinking. One should accept life as it is with both it's straight and crooked ways. ^_^)
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09/02/05 11:35 PM GMT
What a beauty.. Love this shot..
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One bead at a time..
09/03/05 2:08 PM GMT
This is quite a dramatic mushroom shot, the lighting, sharpness and detail are great. Nicely done.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
09/15/05 7:40 AM GMT
great angle and detail , very good pic.
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have a nice day and read more fantasy.
04/03/09 7:03 AM GMT
Oh wow... looks for me like it's praying for the sun... a very beautiful shot in details lighting and the way the mushroom bends...
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09/08/13 8:22 PM GMT
I like the composition and how you caught the sunlight as it was highlighting just the cap; this is a terrific find and piece of work, well done
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