cheers dan.Dan Crawford said:They are fantastic mark, your absolutely right - it does look like a forest scene, nice work.
i held a 1Ds markIII the other day, and nearly made love to the woman behind the counter....out of my league though.viktorlantos said:i've seen you're on the way to change your camera. what would be the next?
cheers chris. my neighbours think i'm strange burrowing in the gardenchump54 said:great Mark! nice spider shot
I'm liking that lens, very nice.
cheers dude. it's the look i was after. i think if you didn't see the first shot, you'd question the dimensions of the scene. i look back at the shots and think...bigstuworrall said:superb pics mark, looks like a forest close up!
*dusts off her plant brain* Is it some kind of stringy moss? I'd like to know...because the next thing I do is going to be look for it in the gardenmr. luke said:Nice shots
The moss in the center left of the first picture can be grown submerged >.<
Can anyone id it?
really? i might try it. if so, to see undulating hills of this stuff would be mega!mr. luke said:The moss in the center left of the first picture can be grown submerged >.<
it's making me think different for sure. what's beneath our feet is just astounding.aquaticmaniac said:Fantastic shots! Humbling, no? It's beautiful stuff, but now I won't be able to walk on the grass again without wondering.
I've got a fabulous book on terrestrial mosses called "Moss Gardening including Lichens, Liverworts, and other Miniatures" by George Schemk. I got it from the RHS.saintly said:really? i might try it. if so, to see undulating hills of this stuff would be mega!mr. luke said:The moss in the center left of the first picture can be grown submerged >.<
i've been looking through this pot quite closely. googled moss etc, there's also liverworts in there to i believe.
is this the moss you mean? the main clump...the 5p is to add some kind of scale