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jdinne 14 16 England
29 Mar 2013 7:49AM
Great set of the fungus Netta, think out of them I slightly prefer the close up in V3.


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29 Mar 2013 8:00AM
Excellent images Netta. I like the V3 version in closeup
29 Mar 2013 8:07AM
Three excellent images Netta. V1 is my fav todaySmile
29 Mar 2013 8:20AM
V3, lovely sharp images.

capto Plus
5 4.7k 8 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 8:22AM
That was a great find, a wonderful crop.Smile

fentiger 16 916 23 England
29 Mar 2013 8:23AM
Three fine close-ups of the Turkeytail fungus.

RonnieAG Plus
7 154 118 Scotland
29 Mar 2013 8:24AM
That's a fair cluster of these fungal brackets, Netta, very well captured and presented.
V 2 my favourite.
pluckyfilly 11 351 33 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 8:38AM
Nature is wonderful and you have done great justice to this Fungi, love it
ColleenA Plus
5 347 5 Australia
29 Mar 2013 8:47AM
3 excellent images, the patterns and colours in the fungi is so pretty
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 8:59AM
Three wonderful images Netta, each crammed with wonderful crisp detail. Number three being the frame filling favourite.

Have a great Easter Weekend

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
johnke 4 223 15
29 Mar 2013 9:04AM
Wow Netta what a set of beautiful Images. Wlel seen and Captured...John
29 Mar 2013 9:26AM
Lovely details in the fungus Netta..Lin
richmowil Plus
8 321 2 England
29 Mar 2013 9:38AM
A really good set of images here! Great detail, well exposed and well presented!! I like them a lot!!
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 9:38AM
What a wonderful find
29 Mar 2013 9:41AM
Three fabulous images, Netta!
These fungi are amazing!
Have a great Easter break.
A lovely formed composition with nice texture and colour.
Well done. WesternRed.
boov 4 2 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 10:20AM
Great series...
29 Mar 2013 10:30AM
Wonderful images Netta, great colours and contrasts, really like it
achieverswales 7 8 101 Wales
29 Mar 2013 10:31AM
V3 for me Netta but all excellent captures, some great tones there.

Have a great Easter.


Jasper87 Plus
7 1.9k 150 England
29 Mar 2013 10:43AM
v1 is richer and sharper but I like the softer, frame filling, v3, Netta.

saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
29 Mar 2013 11:10AM
Fantastic and Great set of image,all very beautiful indeed,
Irishkate Plus
7 41 111 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 11:10AM
Such beautiful Turkeytail fugus (as identified by fentiger).
Can't decide between V2 and V3 as my favourite.
V3 would look good framed.
danbrann 13 636 17
29 Mar 2013 11:42AM
Yes superb images Netta and I will go for Version 3. What a frame filler.
29 Mar 2013 12:33PM
Lovely colour and detail Netta
v3 today's favourite
29 Mar 2013 1:25PM
Three nice Captures, V1 for me. Well Done Eric.
Brian65 8 2 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 1:37PM
All three are great images Netta, well taken indeed.
29 Mar 2013 6:54PM
Three great catches Netta - really love fungus you have taken these wellSmileSmile
rayme330 5 17 1 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 7:15PM
Excellent capture of this unusual fungus.

Fefe Plus
5 23 31 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 8:17PM
A really lovely set NettaGrinGrin.... My fave is V2, great detail, and I love the timber. The whole set is really great and V3 made me go Ooo when I found the tank ( woodlouse)GrinGrin

29 Mar 2013 8:27PM
i could look at this image forever and see a different image love it
helenlinda Plus
10 344 22 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2013 8:48PM
The colours and detail are beautiful SmileSmile
29 Mar 2013 9:33PM
Da iawn. Wil
CHRISB911 11 54 1
30 Mar 2013 10:20AM
a very clever capture
Cornish Chris
30 Mar 2013 6:25PM
3 for me too graet shot Smile
pamelajean Plus
11 1.0k 1952 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2013 9:55PM
Ooooh, these are wonderful, I remember going out searching for different coloured ones when I lived in the New Forest, and was rarely disappointed. I used to know them as multi-zoned brackets or vari-coloured brackets, but they are, as Albert says, Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor) or Polyporus versicolor meaning 'of several colours', so versicolor reliably describes this mushroom found in different colours. Your first two versions show beautifully how it covers old tree stumps, but V3 is my favourite because they fill the frame with their layered frillinessGrin.

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