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Shades of Brown

By clive burrow
Another Fungi from Sundays meet at Epping Forest. Again I've no idea what sort of Fungi it is. Not a perfect specimen however I like the different shades of browns.

Camera mounted on Tripod with centre column at lowest horizontal position and 2 pieces of silver card used to try and reflect some light.

Many thanks for all the comments on yesterdays upload, all were much appreciated.

Tags: Autumn Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Epping forest Wildlife and nature Brown fungi

Voters: graeme34, stevebutler, StephenBrighton and 36 more

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29 Oct 2007 7:24PM
Superb Dof and nice tones


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Beardy 13 79 United Kingdom
29 Oct 2007 7:32PM
Good DoF and the those range of browns work really well
SKavanagh 10 312 5 England
29 Oct 2007 10:40PM
lovely shot Clive nice and sharp.
This could be a Bay Bolete (Boletus badius)
casson 12 3 United Kingdom
29 Oct 2007 10:53PM
Lovely lighting and good use of DOF
KatieR 14 6.2k 6
30 Oct 2007 11:15AM
Amazing texture revealed in this shot - on the cap and the stem.

I don't think "perfect" specimens are all they're cracked up to be, anyway Wink
clive burrow 14 71 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2007 7:00PM
Thanks for the comments, all are much appreciated. Thanks also to pete for the HC.

lobsterboy Plus
14 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2007 7:59PM
Lots of lovely brown shades - congrats on the HC too.
tripodted 12 32 1 Northern Ireland
30 Oct 2007 10:45PM
Have a RC,Clive to go with the HC! I love all the browns in this shot.
SRSmith 10 1 United States
30 Oct 2007 11:11PM
Wonderful tones that work so well with the light levels.

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