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cdm36 12 391 7 England
16 Nov 2011 4:15PM
Cracking specimen Mand, wish I could find one, must get my macro head on after this set of nights Smile

Same as I told Chris on his upload yesterday, would have benefitted with some selective gardening removing any extraneous items from the shot that tend to pull the eye away from the main focus of the shot, only takes a couple of minutes on the ground so to speak but improves the shot no end imho, all a learning curve this macro lark and I know you'll soon have it cracked Smile


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16 Nov 2011 4:18PM
great shot, good colours, nice cropping & good contrast. well done
NexusImages 9 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2011 4:23PM
cheers Chris. Comments gratefully received. I think I'm banned from 'gardening' as I tend to be a bit of a clumsy madam and end up squishing them. haha..
Thanks Scott, I tried a few different crops but settled with the cone in the frame in the end.
ChrisStyles 8 387 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2011 4:24PM
Mand was in charge of the gardening yesterday ChrisWink Need I say moreSmile

Cracking shot,
NexusImages 9 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2011 4:25PM
least I moved the twig!!!!! lol. Grin
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
16 Nov 2011 4:28PM
Amazing detail............Sandy
cdm36 12 391 7 England
16 Nov 2011 4:31PM
No falling out children, lol Wink
NexusImages 9 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2011 4:45PM
thanks Sandy Smile.
h4rsx 6 17 5 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2011 5:33PM
Another fine shot Mand, your macro stuff is quality! Wink
chase 11 1.1k 246 England
16 Nov 2011 5:37PM
Fine detail & colour on your shroom Amanda,I must agree with Chris though,a bit of selective 'gardening' would have improved the composition of this no end.
Some of those plastic tweezers that you find in children's 'Doctor's' sets would work well,nice & light to avoid the heavy-handedness Wink
NexusImages 9 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2011 8:21PM
Cheers Harsh. Janet, thanks for the comments. Must acquire some of those tweezers which sound just like the ones we have in our dressing packs at work Grin.
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
17 Nov 2011 2:51PM
Another beauty, Mands, stunning clarity and detail. Thanks for the tip about using something to lay on the ground on, definitely a good idea! Wink
Trev Smile
cdm36 12 391 7 England
20 Nov 2011 9:07AM
Well done Mand Smile
Delbon 8 4 England
22 Nov 2011 1:49PM
Brilliant photography


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