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macroscopic forest by postaldude66 macroscopic forest by postaldude66
Ever wondered what moss looks like up close?

I find most of the tiny mushrooms here, in patches of moss.
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Sparafucile Featured By Owner May 25, 2007
If you look a little closer, you might find waterbears...
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postaldude66 Featured By Owner May 25, 2007
I have never heard of them before - how fascinating. My dad says he has seen them before.. but i have to find out more. Too bad i don't have a microscope - i do have other fungi pictures with bugs on them too- i will link you to the one that there is a small chance of being a water bear.
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nonperson Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2006
It looks so different close up... Almost spikey, when its really rather soft o.o
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postaldude66 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2006
heh yep.. weird isn't it..
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Felicias Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2006
Wow!! How do you do these close-ups? Mine don't get so nice... often unfocused... Can you give me a hint?
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postaldude66 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2006
A good camera helps a lot.. also a small aperture (causing less of the picture in focus behind the subject), will make what is in focus stand out, and look sharper.
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Felicias Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2006
Thanks, I have a digital one, a SONY Cybershot DSC-W5 with 5.1 megapixel... I will try again!!!
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postaldude66 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2006
cool.. i think thats a decent camera!
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Felicias Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2006
It is, takes good shots and still is small and handy... Anc it works with normal accumulators. I find that very positive!
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