Pondwater in spring

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Pondwater in spring

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Some hunts of the pondwater, Notonectidae Nymph, Simocephalus and one unknown.

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BR
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Hi Anne,
What a great set of images. Love the light. DF?

Looking forward to try some myself.

Thanks for the inspiration and sharing :D
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Pondwater

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Really, really beautiful work.

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:smt038 Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Very nice

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Post by anne »

Hello,
thank you for the kind comments!

Harald,
all images except the second one were done without microscope lightning.
I used two lights beside to illuminate.
The second one is polarization and illumniation from this lights mixed.

BR
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Nice!!!!! as usual

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Nice Photos

Post by Robert Berdan »

Very nice photomicrographs Anne. I haven't had a chance to visit the ponds yet but I am looking forward to it.

Best wishes
RB

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