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Lens: Pentax A 50mm f1.7 Camera: K-3II Photo Location: Granite Bay, CA ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/2000s Aperture: F1.7 
Posted By: ToddK, 02-04-2019, 10:13 PM

These fern leafs are obviously in decay, but the colors add interest to the photo.

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Polypody Fern. It reproduces via spores(those black spots in the pic)rather than seeds. Nice clear photo.
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Polypody Fern. It reproduces via spores(those black spots in the pic)rather than seeds. Nice clear photo.
Thanks Joel, I have a bunch of these ferns and didn't really understand how they propagate.
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Really nice work! I like the way you composed it and the DOF... color is great too!

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Really nice work! I like the way you composed it and the DOF... color is great too!
Thanks Jerry!
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Really nice work! I like the way you composed it and the DOF... color is great too!
What he said about both the colors and the use of out of focus areas.
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What he said about both the colors and the use of out of focus areas.
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