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Lichen structure #6

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 17 February 2010 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Arrived at the castle in lichenworld - the table is ready to party: let the wine come !

Image: Kalmthout (Be)

Canon EOS 400D 1/50 second F/5.6 ISO 100 60 mm

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Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

Johan, I think this might be your best lichen image yet!

17 Feb 2010 11:16am

@Julie Brown: Thx again, Julie. I try to snap them in a different way every time... I will leave the lichens tomorrow - time for something different :-) CU.

Marleen from Doesburg, Netherlands

Allemachtig prachtig, Johan!

17 Feb 2010 1:47pm

@Marleen: Heel erg bedankt voor je zoveelste lovende commentaar, Marleen. Gezien je geweldige portfolio kan ik daar enkel maar heel geflatteerd door zijn....

Daniel from Kenmare, United States

nice

17 Feb 2010 3:07pm

@Daniel: Many thanks again, Daniel. I appreciate your visit.

Frederike from Rostock, Germany

oh.. this is nearly.. cute :) its beautiful an it looks like the plants would grow out of gold..

17 Feb 2010 3:33pm

@Frederike: After a walk full of danger in the lichen-world - we are at the golden castle now :-)
Tomorrow a new journey ...
Glad u like this picture again ...

daniela scharnowski from Berlin, Germany

wow the sharpness is exquisite here, I love your lichens .
And happy spotlight-day to you! well deserved, if you ask me ;)

17 Feb 2010 3:35pm

@daniela scharnowski: Thank you very much, daniela. I was a bit surprised but very happy :-)
I like making macro's with varieties of DOF - experiment with expression in these little structures.
It's a wonderfull world we are living in.

Patricia from Brecht, Belgium

Wauw Johan wat mooi deze, de kleur, alles gewoon.
Ik wens je een fijne avond, en dank je voor de tips
(✿◠‿◠)❤

17 Feb 2010 3:56pm

@Patricia: Graag gedaan, Patricia. Bedankt weer voor je commentaar.
Je merkt het - macro's zijn mijn lievelingsdiscipline in fotografie...
Je krijgt er heus nog meer te zien.
Leuk ook dat je me op je blogspot hebt gezet.
Wellicht tot morgen? ;-)

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

gorgeous light! great detail! very interesting

18 Feb 2010 12:56am

@Magda: Magda, thank you for all your comments on my pictures. I'm not going to reply everyone :-) but i really appreciate them. I'm glad u like them so much. Hope to see u again.

chuck from valdosta,ga., United States

Its all like interesting works of art. Very different, which is good.

18 Feb 2010 4:35am

@chuck: Thank you for your visit and your kind comment, Chuck.

Marleen from Doesburg, Netherlands

@ Ga ik jou nu weer danken voor je complimenten.....;-))
En ook nog dank voor je uitleg bij het korstmos -wist het wel, maar had het wat onhandig ingetikt- altijd fijn om wat uitleg te krijgen, vooral bij onderwerpen waarvan ik de namen wat moeilijker vind te onthouden: zoals bij sommige insecten..en idd mossoorten;-))

18 Feb 2010 9:53am

@Marleen: Met veel plezier hoor, Marleen.

Raye Michele from Halifax, Canada

so cool! I feel as thought I have been invited into a fairy castle for this shot.

21 Feb 2010 12:30am

@Raye Michele: Thank you again for visiting and commenting my immages.

Canon EOS 400D
1/50 second
F/5.6
ISO 100
60 mm

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ascomycota
lecanoromycetes
lecanorales
cladoniaceae
cladonia
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