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3rd Rock(Melon) from the sun

By markst33    
I have been frantically scrabbling around looking for things to photograph with my Macro lens. Then I came across this. So I lit it a number of different ways. I have a few different versions - all of which are cool looking (IMHO), so you can expect to see another 1 or 2 popping up.

Created a brush to add the star burst - sunrise. Let me know what you think. Always interested to hear peoples opinions, tips and suggestions.

Tags: Melon Close-up and macro Planet Astronomy Macro close-up

Voters: hsreid, HobbitDave, tonyng and 24 more

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tonyng Plus
11 11 3 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2020 10:37PM
Clever thinking.
10 Feb 2020 10:57PM
A beautiful creation.
10 Feb 2020 11:58PM
Most impressed
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2020 2:15AM
Superb !! Looks great !!
Isabel GrinGrin
Spkr51 5 United States
11 Feb 2020 2:34AM
Great shot *****
11 Feb 2020 2:44AM
Great image of the plant Cantaloupe....and how about all those canals...must have been water on the surface.

Peter
PeterAS Plus
5 125 1 England
11 Feb 2020 7:38AM
If you hadn't mentioned "melon" it could have been somewhere far far away
brilliant idea and capture
mrswoolybill Plus
14 3.0k 2459 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2020 8:06AM
Made me laugh on a cold stormy morning - thanks!
markst33 12 75 2 Ireland
11 Feb 2020 8:08AM
I particularly like my Polar cap which is also an impact crater Grin
dudler Plus
18 1.7k 1879 England
11 Feb 2020 11:47AM
Happy memories of weird sitcoms past...
markst33 12 75 2 Ireland
5 Apr 2020 9:52PM
Winner winner chicken dinner. Won me the monthly club competition in the theme "Macro & Close Up" I felt it would go one of 2 ways, either it would bomb or else it would do well.

Fortunately it was the latter - which is important as I have a few beers on as a bet with a friend as to who finished ahead of who in the league table.

First win in a long time.
dudler Plus
18 1.7k 1879 England
6 Apr 2020 4:37PM
Congratulations, Mark!

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