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Amanita citrina var. alba

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 21 December 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Amanita citrina var. alba (NL: Witte knolamaniet / EN: White false death cap / DE: Weisser Knollenblätterpilz / FR: Amanite citrine (variété blanche)). (More info on the species see previous post) This is exactly the same group of mushrooms as in yesterdays image but taken from the opposite side. I think it is always interesting to explore the subject from different angles to create different atmospheres in the images. There is always a different background, a different composition, a different angle of light etc. possible and it is all about making the appropriate choice for the desired image. The better of the two? I think it is all a matter of personal taste ... Which of the two do you like most and why ? Interesting to know !

Image: Ranst (B) - 30/09/2011

Canon EOS 400D 1/80 second F/10.0 ISO 200 150 mm

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Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Fabulous. Love the light and the colors.

21 Dec 2011 10:23am

@Ana Lúcia: Thanks, Ana. These are the true autumn-colors :-)

Julie L. Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

I like both of them, but this one a bit better. Why? I think the light is more appealing to the eye in today's post.

21 Dec 2011 10:44am

@Julie L. Brown: There is indeed a great difference in general atmosphere between both images due to the light and colors. Thanks for sharing your opinion, Julie.

Baldwin J from Bejuma, Venezuela

Great shot!

21 Dec 2011 11:53am

@Baldwin J: Thanks, Baldwin !

Martine from bousval, Belgium

Wouhaaaaaaaaaaa!! trop belle ta photo avec ce fond orangé!! je suis fan++++

21 Dec 2011 1:49pm

@Martine: Thanks again for your very enthousiast comment, Martine.

christine from Belgium

Je paddenstoelenfoto's zijn prachtig, heel scherp en mooi belicht. Bij deze kun je de struktuur van de hoed bijna aanraken. Ik bekijk regelmatig je site en geniet er telkens van.
Groetjes vanuit Oelegem en het Vrieselhof. Christine

21 Dec 2011 2:30pm

@christine: He, Christine, leuk dat je hier ook een commentaar achterliet ! Tot binnenkort misschien ergens ten velde ...

sietske from roermond, Netherlands

prachtig hoe het zonlicht op de paddestoelen schijnt, mooi scherp en hele mooie kleuren!
groet Sietske

21 Dec 2011 2:47pm

@sietske: Dank alweer voor je commentaar, Sietske. De fellere kleuren in deze foto ten opzichte van de vorige schijnen toch meer aan te trekken als je beide beelden naast mekaar zet. Boeiend !

omid from mashhad, Iran

very nice!!!!!!

21 Dec 2011 11:05pm

@omid: Thank you very much for your visit and comment, Omid.

Baldwin from Venezuela

Mooie paddenstoelen. Prachtig scherp foto en schoone belichting !!!!

22 Dec 2011 12:30am

@Baldwin: Thank you very much for your comment and the effort to write in Dutch !

Lia from Zwolle, Netherlands

Van deze foto vind ik vooral de compositie erg mooi, maar natuurlijk ook de scherpte en het licht dat er zo mooi op valt.

23 Dec 2011 10:26pm

@Lia: Dank voor je reeksje commentaren, Lia. Ik wens je heel fijne Kerstdagen toe !

Canon EOS 400D
1/80 second
F/10.0
ISO 200
150 mm

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