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Young Sulphur Tufts on fallen Birch.

By Amanita05
Apologies for lack of comments, clicks etc. over the last few days due to a trapped nerve at the base of the spine. Pretty Painful but slight improvement! Just about walk now!!
Anyway, A Group of young Sulphur Tufts residing on a fallen Silver Birch Log in the local woods.
A White reflector was used to add a bit of sparkle.
Thanks for looking!

Tags: Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature

Voters: rpba18205, gary_d, colmar and 13 more


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Comments


colmar Plus
10 42 35 Scotland
27 Feb 2010 8:53PM
A nicely captured image lighting looks spot on and like the tones too Colin

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EAS Plus
8 1 13 Scotland
27 Feb 2010 10:22PM
Nicely captured texture and tones. Hope you make a swift recovery. Sounds so painful!

Ann
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
27 Feb 2010 11:48PM
Hi Allan,
A very nice shot of the fungi, well lit and captured.
Sorry to hear you've been indisposed - hope you make a quick recovery.
Regards, Ronie.
cantona43 Plus
12 925 4 England
28 Feb 2010 12:42AM
absolutely superb macro work, stunning colour and light
Neil
gary_d Plus
10 576 13 Wales
28 Feb 2010 12:49AM
A great shot, sorry to hear of your problems. - gary
CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
28 Feb 2010 5:22AM
Well spotted and captured, Alan, hope you feel better very soon. Carol
DRicherby Plus
9 269 725 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2010 3:48PM
This is a lovely shot but I think it could do with a little sharpening. It looks like the original was sharp, but did you sharpen after resizing to post here? The appearance of sharpness depends on pixel-level detail at edges, which gets lost when you resize.

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