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Alan Cann
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iPhone Rainbow
iPhone 6s Plus back camera 4.15mm f2.2 4.2mm 1/149 ISO 25
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Fine Art?
Recently I've spent some time mulling over the question of what is, and what is not, Fine Art. A little while ago I met and had a long conversation with the biggest Sycamore I've ever seen. This is a shot of the bark under the scales of that magnificent tre...
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Negative space pistachio
The good thing about this not very good shot is that I rejected a technically better shot with a tighter crop in favour of this composition. Nikon D7200 Tokina 100mm f/2.8 f8 0.4s ISO 100
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Negative space lichen
Cartilage Lichen, Ramalina farinacea . Nikon D7200 Tokina 100mm f/2.8 f11 1/250 ISO 500
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Negative Space
I reviewed my recent output. There's a clear flaw - insufficient negative space. I've known about this for a while. But I still keep doing it. Feels like I'm banging my head against a brick wall. This week I'll be mostly working on my negative spaces. iPhon...
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Guess who's bought a lightbox?
Greater Periwinkle, Vinca major var 'Variegata'. Nikon D7200 Tokina 100mm f/2.8 f11 1/25 ISO 100 avec sauce secrète à la Mandy Disher.
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slug
Balkan Threeband Slug, Ambigolimax nyctelius . Nikon D7200 Tokina 100 f/2.8 f16 1/200 ISO 100 From: https://blogs.tcv.org.uk/natural-talent/2016/10/10/stunning-september-tiny-snails-new-county-records-and-more/ "The Balkan Three Banded Slug ( Ambigolimax ny...
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Hello Epiphyas postvittana my old friend
I've come to talk with you again. It might be a Light Brown Apple Moth to you - to me it's the start of a whole new year. Nikon D7200 Tokina 100mm f/2.8 f16 1/200 ISO 100
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Anomalous Bristle-moss
Quite an easy species to spot once you've got your eye in. Growing on concrete, which is already a big clue. From the wonderful British Bryological Society website : " O. anomalum differs from most British members of the genus in growing on rocks or masonry...
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I i i i t's Moss Time!
Funny, I normally don't get desperate enough for Moss Time until February. Shows what a hard winter we've had. Intermediate Screw-moss, Syntrichia intermedia . Nikon D7200 Tokina 100mm f/2.8 f11 1/125 ISO 200
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