Leave of "Kren",made by nailvarnish

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seemann
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Leave of "Kren",made by nailvarnish

Post by seemann »

Image

Microscope:Reichert Biovar
Objective:CZJ 16xplan
Camera:Canon EOS 450D
Rheinberg-Illumination

Best regards from Austria,
Manfred

Franz Neidl
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Post by Franz Neidl »

Hello Manfred,

I like your picture very much. Congatulations!
The latin name for Kren is Armoracia rusticana, in English: Horseradish.

Franz

Mitch640
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Post by Mitch640 »

The picture is beautiful. I am not familiar with the technique though. I have heard of it, but not details. I need to Google it. :)

arturoag75
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Post by arturoag75 »

Hi,
i like it very much!
but did you used also an oblique lighting?
regards
arturo

Planapo
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Post by Planapo »

Interesting techniques used here, yielding a beautiful result, impressive indeed! Thanks for sharing!

BTW, the German name for Kren is Meerrettich. :) :wink:

--Betty

seemann
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Post by seemann »

Hello guys,
thanks for comments.
@Franz:Thanks for Latin and English name...
@Arturo:Yes,a little bit oblique lighting...
@Betty:"Kren" is the Austrian name for "Meerrettich - it`s the plant,which
made Arnie (Schwarzenegger) and me very strong...:))
Last baut not least:Sorry for my bad Englisch.

Charles Krebs
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Post by Charles Krebs »

Manfred,

Very creative and interesting! Nice shot.

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