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"Fruits of a Forest Forage"

By RonnieAG
2 examples of Birch Bracket Fungus: V 1 - immature, and V 2 - mature.........EXIF data refers to V 1.

My thanks to all who commented on Autumn Comes to the North Wood, and special thank you to Patti {PattiW} for her User Award.

And thanks for good wishes.......eyes almost back to normal.

Ronnie.

Tags: Fungi Forest Flowers and plants Birch bracket


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rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
11 Oct 2012 12:12AM
Excellent POV Ronnie, enviroment included. A beauty.
Ron.

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Jocelia Plus
5 2 1 Australia
11 Oct 2012 12:15AM
Two beautiful examples of fungi and surrounds Ronnie………

Jocelia…...
PattiW 10 24 2 United States
11 Oct 2012 12:44AM
Well spotted and quite lovely. Glad your eyes on the mend, can't see more of your awesome images, God bless, Patti Smile
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
11 Oct 2012 12:44AM
Good reportage, and two wonderfullly descriptive images--- So very well done!
paskinmj 7 11 1 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 1:22AM
V1 for me.
Matt
11 Oct 2012 1:48AM
Looks like a marshmallow stuck on the branch. Well captured images......Sandy
tonyguitar 4 55 31 Canada
11 Oct 2012 1:52AM
Wow Ronnie. What superior examples of wild fungi and so clearly and crisply presented. Very pleasing. Well done! TG
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 4:23AM
Two great images Ronnie, my only question being "Are they edible?" GrinGrinGrin

Regards Nathan
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
11 Oct 2012 5:45AM
Two fine close-ups, Ronnie, looks like it's 'shroom time again Smile Carol
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
11 Oct 2012 7:18AM
Excellent composition of shapes in v1, Ronnie. A fine 'before and after' set, although the after does look like the 'after' on one of my decorating days!! TongueGrin

Dave
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
11 Oct 2012 7:30AM

Quote:Good reportage, and two wonderfullly descriptive images--- So very well done!
Ditto!

Ann
SUE118 Plus
8 8 1 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 7:36AM
Excellent work and glad things went ok for you.
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
11 Oct 2012 7:54AM
Fungi is fascinating and not the easiest thing to photograph well ~ this is a fine capture.

Albert
geffers7 Plus
5 44 1 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 8:17AM
Fine work Ronnie - very nicely captured.
Geoff
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 8:18AM
Two excellent images Ronnie, wonderful detail and tones, well spotted and captured.

Hugh
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 8:32AM
two belters ronnie brilliant detail wonderful light and tones v1 for me today a cracker nice one Wink
andy
Ray42 8 3 England
11 Oct 2012 8:36AM
Two cracking good shots Ronnie
Puffed up and ready to be photographed Ronnie.

Dougie
rayme330 4 17 1 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 8:52AM
Two very sharp pictures, Ronnie.

Ray
AnnChown Plus
6 198 1 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 9:19AM
I do like the pov in v1.
Ann
Very well framed Ronnie, I do like the way the branch leads the eye into shot and beyond, good detail lovely light well presented.

John
achieverswales 5 8 101 Wales
11 Oct 2012 9:45AM
Two shots very sharp and exposed perfectly, should be good for Fungi this year after all the rain we have had.

Regards

Trev.
annettep38 Plus
5 218 39 Costa Rica
11 Oct 2012 10:31AM
no1 is straight form Lord of the rings and some 2 has excellent textures and detail... I think I prefer the composition!
gingerdelight 10 298 11 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 10:32AM
Well "foraged"! Two excellent images.
Carol
Irishkate Plus
5 33 97 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 11:04AM
Two very different images of fungi.
Glad you explained a little about them.
We did macro practise with fungi and it's not easy
getting them sharp!
Hope you're well.
KateGrinGrinGrin
11 Oct 2012 11:10AM
V2 for me !!! Great shot Ronnie.

Pam GrinGrin
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
11 Oct 2012 11:20AM
V1 for the greeny/bluey shading behind the fungi.
Joan.
11 Oct 2012 11:21AM
Glad you're improving, Ronnie - the eyes were working well here when you spotted and captured these two beauties! Wink
Take care,
Trev Smile
11 Oct 2012 11:42AM
all this rain and you being on the dark side Ronnie fungi will indeed be abundantTongueTongue good clean sharp captures with good texture trust the eyes are ok now

GrahamGrinGrinGrin
CaroleS Plus
6 415 3 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 12:31PM
Two great fungi images - I like V2 for all the textures and detail.
Carole
Tibetan 4 3 England
11 Oct 2012 1:12PM
Two excellent shots Ronnie, like both for their own merits V2. has a very slight edge Regards Leon, hope you are OK!.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
danbrann Plus
11 616 17
11 Oct 2012 2:16PM
A pair of beauties Ronnie.
pamelajean Plus
10 958 1818 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 2:51PM
Two fine captures, Ronnie, that take me back to my days of fungi foraging in the New Forest, I always loved finding unusual ones.
11 Oct 2012 3:19PM
When I first saw the thumbnail I thought it was an anchor, amazing what the eyes perceive something to be when it's the opposite.........GrinGrinGrin
saltireblue Plus
6 5.8k 33 Norway
11 Oct 2012 3:35PM
V1..that's a marshmallow you blue-tac'd to a twig, you rascal.Tongue
Serious looking fungi, Ronnie. Don't think I would try frying either of those.
Has to be V1 for the comp/DOF and subject matter

Malc
jdinne 13 16 England
11 Oct 2012 5:45PM
V1 stunning Ronnie, light,colour, detail, dof composition superb.

John
netta1234 Plus
4 329 2 Wales
11 Oct 2012 5:54PM
Two brilliant shot,love the colours in v2,glad your eyes are better
NettaSmile
11 Oct 2012 6:27PM
Amazing stuff Ronnie, very well found and Photographed.

John Smile
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 7:03PM
V1 is my fave, great pov on that MarshmallowWink That Malc sounds a fungiGrinGrin
Diane
moiral 6 12 Scotland
11 Oct 2012 7:12PM
Excellent Ronnie and I did not realise the damage they did to the trees. Moira
11 Oct 2012 7:16PM
Excellent captures Ronnie..Lin
bricurtis Plus
11 2.0k 49 England
11 Oct 2012 9:10PM
V1 is an extremely well detailed fungi Ronnie. I like the comp with the branch snaking away into the bg.
Brian.
ourdayphotos 4 229 Scotland
11 Oct 2012 9:16PM
What a fabulous shot & subject choice, really nice tones & use of DOF.
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 9:19PM
Very impressed Ronnie

That's a good two crisp clear images....well captured
Lillian
pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2012 10:42PM
glad you told us what this is I am not good with Fungi - amazing difference between the two pictures
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
12 Oct 2012 11:47PM
Two excellent examples of fungi that can be found in autumn Ronnie, and some super alliteration in your title. I'd hoped to get over to Crickley Hill Country Park again this autumn to snap some of the numerous species that grow in the ancient beech woodland there, alas time has not permitted me to venture out that way.
13 Oct 2012 2:15PM
Strange and wonderful place this planet - good pics. A
15 Oct 2012 7:42PM
Interesting captures Ronnie.

David

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