Dan Crawford said:They are fantastic mark, your absolutely right - it does look like a forest scene, nice work.
viktorlantos said:i've seen you're on the way to change your camera. what would be the next?
chump54 said:great Mark! nice spider shot
I'm liking that lens, very nice.
stuworrall said:superb pics mark, looks like a forest close up!
mr. luke said:Nice shots
The moss in the center left of the first picture can be grown submerged >.<
Can anyone id it?
mr. luke said:The moss in the center left of the first picture can be grown submerged >.<
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:mr. luke said:The moss in the center left of the first picture can be grown submerged >.<
really? i might try it. if so, to see undulating hills of this stuff would be mega!
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