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Shaggy Inkcaps everywhere, a good year for writers

By rictac2
Shot at the same time as Juddie's; I expect I will be cooking tonight as hers is quite good...though I don't know, she only has a Canon after all... Wink Tongue

Tags: Fungi Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Pair Shaggy inkcap Wildlife and nature

Voters: RuthyJ, SKavanagh, peter_oak and 17 more

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RuthyJ 11 England
19 Oct 2007 5:56PM
Lovely image. Even got a little cobweb strung from one to the other. Super detail.

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SKavanagh 10 312 5 England
19 Oct 2007 6:02PM
Juddies is great especially since shes got a canon
and shes getting me a pint Wink
peter_oak 12 1 England
19 Oct 2007 6:08PM
Nikon all the way, super shot well taken.

Shroomer 11 14 167 England
19 Oct 2007 6:17PM
Can only afford Canon. Great shot
juddie 10 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2007 6:31PM
Come on dear.......get rattling those pots and pans! LOL!
webby962 12 129 1 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2007 6:42PM
Great shot.
rictac2 13 150 England
19 Oct 2007 7:06PM
Thanks guys...seems like a good year for froot n fungus. We have a bunch of these inkcaps at the moment... thanks Ruthy, I liked the cobweb too...I don't think it picks up on the Canon shots Wink

PS ...only have til 7.30, have to catch up or I am consigned to the hot stove!! Sad
juddie 10 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2007 7:09PM
Cant smell anything cooking yet....any chance of a glass of wine whilest I wait!!! ROFL
steviehutch 11 18 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2007 7:14PM
wow! how sharp is that ? good comp,brilliant image
Maiwand 11 3 73 England
19 Oct 2007 7:31PM
Lets hear it for the Nikon ( and this fine shot ).
rictac2 13 150 England
19 Oct 2007 7:53PM
Thanks for comments...yes Ron, this was their second day out and the sunshine hit them...we could almost see them curling before us as we dived around looking for angles, spreading leaves, getting mucky...we have another very pretty group of three which one or both of us may post tomorrow.

Stevie, thanks, I really like this lens, (17-35 F2.8 AFS) and have never regretted the weight or the price.
It stands up to the 70-200 f2.8 IS, and that is saying something.
At 7.30 it was 11 -10 to the D200 and above wide angle zoom...yes, I can relax and await the aroma of...oh hang on....she is saying she voted for me, so we really drew...huh....guess I should have known...still, fun to cook together Smile

nickyv32 Plus
10 135 England
19 Oct 2007 10:20PM
Wonderful, love the cobweb.
IanA 14 3.0k 12 England
15 Feb 2008 11:44AM
With that little bit of sunshine I think a 56cm 5in1 reflector could have lifted this even further!! Wink

Nice one.


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