Forest floor

This topic contains 9 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  P71 1 week ago.

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  • #421493

    P71
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    Ink Cap and Shaggy parasol

  • #421517

    Dahlia Ambrose
    Keymaster

    This is interesting Patrick. Did you find these during a walk? 🙂

  • #421530

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    I guess they’re two different types of mushroom but the series presented like this makes them collectively look like an unfolding or emerging mushroom. I like the way you have cropped each frame into ever-increasing widths. Great creative thinking Pat.

  • #421594

    P71
    Participant

    Hi guys , thanks for the comments, these have been the only mushrooms i have seen so far this year .. hopefully get out into the woods in the morning now my cold/flu feeling is in retreat.

  • #421606

    Dave Watkins
    Participant

    Mushrooms make such great photo subjects. And as Graham said, very creative how you presented this trio of images. Makes me want to go out and hunt for some around here.

  • #421633

    P71
    Participant

    They sure do Dave , i seen a video on youtube with light painting them and with focus stacking and everyone one turned out beautiful , i have seen lots of things i want to try but with so much choice in photography it is easy to get sidetracked.

    Thanks for looking Dave.

  • #421664

    beth
    Participant

    very cool triptych.  i especially like the painting on the last one, it looks like there’s lights growing under that ‘shroom.

  • #421706

    P71
    Participant

    Thanks Beth.

  • #421713

    Frogdaily
    Participant

    Beautifully captured P71 – very interesting triptych… love the lighting, tones and details in the last two especially.

  • #421731

    P71
    Participant

    Many thanks Frogdaily 😉

     

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