Clathrulina elegans

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Clathrulina elegans

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Taken with 60/1.40. The shell has a diameter of about 45 microns.

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Amazing picture Charlie
single shot or stack? :wink:

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Very impressive image ! It reminds me a piece of Universe. I like it very much.
It looks like a small stack, am I right ? But in this case the small creatures could not move :?

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Thanks!

It was a stack of 18 images combined in Zerene. Broke it down into 4 groups of images and retouched them together.

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Charlie,

Very nice!

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beautiful, cosmic picture

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No better applause possible!!
Charles, thank you once more
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Wow!

Simply stunning.

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Really elegans! , both the critter and the image
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