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16 Sep 2007 8:15PM
Excellent tones

Graeme

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User_Removed 10 7 8 Netherlands
16 Sep 2007 8:20PM
beautiful shot, great depth of field, angle and colors. It does look like a fertility symbol, doesn't it. Good photo. Regards, Bert
16 Sep 2007 8:31PM
Many thanks Graeme and Bert, your comments are much appreciated.

Clive
16 Sep 2007 8:31PM
Many thanks Pete, also very much appreciated

Clive
RuthyJ 10 England
16 Sep 2007 8:40PM
Amazing!! Great shot.
norton 12 6 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2007 8:41PM
Nice angle to this,great light and colour too.
Well composed and captured.........

Tony.
brianus 9 1 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2007 9:28PM
Great shot,
Brian
Paintman Plus
9 1.1k 176 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2007 9:33PM
Now that's a fine StinkhornWink Very good work.
Alan.
fatmod 10 22 England
16 Sep 2007 9:33PM
superb capture
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
16 Sep 2007 9:46PM
it is different
blackbird 9 159 15 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2007 10:07PM
like the use of the wide angle very much, great capture
Greyheron Plus
14 282 7 England
16 Sep 2007 10:26PM
Hi Clive, good to see you got at least one keeper ;o) Congrats on the HC, well deserved.

Thanks for a great day out...looking forward to the next...& some more finds!!!

Take care,
Mike
viscostatic 10 34 5 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2007 10:49PM
An excellent photograph of this mushroom in its natural habitat.

Phil.
dp 12 163 3 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2007 6:49AM
Its that time again! Congrats on the HC.

Dave
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
17 Sep 2007 6:57AM
Love the low angle and composition.Excellent Clive.
Tom.
Nic_WA 11 179 2 Australia
17 Sep 2007 1:06PM
Brilliant use of that 10-20mm lens. Well done.
janty66 9 3 England
17 Sep 2007 1:18PM
fantastic shot...
Gaz_H 9 150 1 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2007 5:59PM
LOL Clive, congrats on the HC - there are a few other choice titles you could have used Grin
17 Sep 2007 7:42PM
Many thanks to everyone who has viewed/and to those who have commented, all are very much appreciated.

Clive
tripodted 11 31 1 Northern Ireland
17 Sep 2007 10:33PM
Congratulations on the HC! I like the way you used the 10-20mm to include the woodland.
Ted
Tony_M 12 342 England
22 Sep 2007 11:12PM
An eye-catching photo. The colours are suprisingly bright for a fungi photo, and everything is still so green...

Tony

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