Macro Mossscape

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Macro Mossscape

Post by beetleman »

Should I have three "S" in that word??? Lots of cool things to look at in this landscape. Moss, some gray stuff growing on the moss, some black jelly mold (right of center), some brown spheres (far right center). This is a stack of 27 shots in HF. Don`t eat too much Turkey :wink:


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Post by rjlittlefield »

Lovely! :D

But I'll bet you had to throw away a lot of detail to get this down to forum size. :(

Any chance of posting out a bigger image, or a crop of one, to show us what all might be hiding in here? :shock:

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Post by beetleman »

Hi Rik, here is a link to the full size picture. 2048x1536 1.99mb. I forgot to mention, This is in my terrarium and I am shooting through the glass.
http://www.nebeads.com/bredaimages/mossscapestack27.jpg
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Nice shot Doug, moss and lichens always make for some intersting shots. No telling what you will find living among them. :D

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Post by rjlittlefield »

Doug,

Thanks for posting the full-sized original. I like it a lot -- very soothing to the eyes. :smt045 Shooting through glass can be tough. You did a good job!

--Rik

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