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Another of the tiny fungi.This one seems to have grown attached to a web.
No flash on this one and @ F 10, 1/5 sec and iso 100.
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Superbly captured Keith.
Just wonderful ... my star for you
Nice image. So evocative of early morning in Autumn.
Beautiful, Keith, love the strands of web. Carol
Everything about this is so delicate and that length of web could be a tightrope for a fairy - superb.
Exceptional detail Keith .
lovely delicate colour. like a flower of autumn
Looks like it needs guy lines to help it stay upright !! Now that is tiny
Thanks everyone........almost didn't upload this or the last one as I felt the whole session I had didn't come out as I hoped.....but I suppose like all of us I am my worse critic.
Wow...thanks Barbara for the award...awesome.
Brilliant ,the strands really make this shot
Delightful! Almost translucent! Wonderful image with the added bonus of the webb... IB
So delicat Keith - love the strands of gossamer
Good details in this, light works well too
A quality shot , superb. Lisa
Just beautifully done.
Excellent close-up and a great pov.
Great close-up love the webs. Carole
what a clever kid you are, great shot
Super detail Keith - lovely shot. Lou
Superb detail and all so natural.
An excellent shot - good pov, pin sharp detail - congratulations on a very well deserved UA
Thanks again everyone...and again for the Award.... unbelievable.
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