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KarenFB Plus
13 5.4k 175 England
27 Nov 2015 5:54AM
Beautiful shapes and colours - brilliantly caught!

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CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
27 Nov 2015 6:05AM
I think the immature form is more appealing, Ronnie, two fine captures.
Beautiful captures
LynneJoyce Plus
11 22 101 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 7:10AM
More mycological magic from you Ronnie, I love both versions.
27 Nov 2015 7:18AM
I'm always amazed at how you manage to find these wonderful specimen's Ronnie let alone Photograph them so well.

JohnSmile
fentiger 18 920 24 England
27 Nov 2015 7:40AM
Fungi is so fascinating ~ very fine images Ronnie.

Albert
Irishkate Plus
9 41 118 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 7:55AM
Stunning shapes and beautiful light Ronnie.
Kate Grin
Jasper87 Plus
10 2.4k 158 England
27 Nov 2015 8:05AM
Limited palette, vibrant colours and attention to composition. Two very good captures, Ronnie.

Dave
barbarahirst 11 27 12 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 8:20AM
these just had to be from your camera....
whoah!!!!!
27 Nov 2015 9:15AM
Magnificent specimens - super presentation Ronnie, Eileen
craggwildlifephotography Junior Member 11 137 1 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 9:32AM
well spotted and taken

David
CaroleS Plus
9 441 3 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 9:52AM
Vibrant colour and good detail, I like the water droplet just waiting to fall!
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 161 16 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 9:59AM
Two excellent fungi images RonnieGrinGrinGrin

Cliff
NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 10:20AM

Quote:I think the immature form is more appealing, Ronnie, two fine captures.


Two wonderful captures with pin sharp clarity and beautiful colouring.

Thanks for sharing Ronnie.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
TonyDy Plus
11 52 3 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 11:11AM
Very good shots, Ronnie.
Tony
SUE118 Plus
11 8 1 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 2:24PM
Lovely Fungi Ronnie it's been a good year.
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 14 England
27 Nov 2015 3:10PM
Well, they are honey coloured and look very waxy, so appropriately named! Grin Excellent capture and presentation as we've come to expect from you Ronnie Smile
Trev Smile
27 Nov 2015 4:04PM
Wonderful colours and shapes Ronnie. Beautifully captured Grin

Kathryn
27 Nov 2015 4:21PM
Like more or less everything that lives, the younger version looks so much 'cuter'.
The detail in the 'older' mushroom is, as always, exquisite, Ronnie.

RichardSmile
cbrundage 6 4 United States
27 Nov 2015 5:27PM
Wonderful photos, Ronnie, and I especially like V1 - such an unusual shape!
nonur 11 18 13 Turkey
27 Nov 2015 6:47PM
Master of mushrooms at work again. Brilliant shots, Ronnie.
rayme330 8 17 1 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 6:56PM
Superbly colourful and detailed captures, Ronnie.


Ray
pamelajean Plus
14 1.3k 2117 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2015 9:20PM
These are so attractive, both in colour and in form, and you've captured them with excellent focus, Ronnie.
28 Nov 2015 1:10AM
The Mushroom Guru strikes again! What a wonderful colour these are, Ronnie, and beautifully taken. Are they edible for humans I wonder? Wonderful duo here!

Dave Wink
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2015 10:29AM
Both images display such interesting looking specimens... Love the gold tones! Bravo!
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