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02-24-2016, 12:19 PM   #31
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Every dog walk brings a little something

And ice diamond studded leaf..


A maple leaf forever... well at least for a little while.


Up where the oak leaves grow.


Some of the fungus among us, and a bit of moss.




A saw tooth Aspen leaf. They usually are very poplar.


A few lichen, just for good measure .






I'm not sure what the status of this is. It looks like a bud hat came out too early and then froze, but maybe it's still alive.

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Lots of really beautiful pictures! I'm really amazed at these. Hope there's more out there.
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Wow !
What a set of interesting (and beautiful) images !!

You guys all need .... a K-1 !!!



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Lots of really beautiful pictures! I'm really amazed at these. Hope there's more out there.
There would be an infinite number, , I just don't have infinite time to go around and capture them all.

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Wow !
What a set of interesting (and beautiful) images !!

You guys all need .... a K-1 !!!

This is where I tell you I'd need a longer lens and would have to stop down one stop to get the same DoF.
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There would be an infinite number, , I just don't have infinite time to go around and capture them all. ...
And probably not enough dogs.
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And probably not enough dogs.
The ones we have run us ragged. I'm sure a border collie can easily do 40 km per day, I might be good for 15.

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More of my "make the most of what presents itself while walking dogs " shots.


Not strictly on topic, but, birch bark


It is the end of winter (even though it was -30 this morning) , it's getting tough to find leaves.


I had to combine the fungus and moss.


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Very nice.
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I just discovered this thread. Here are a few from the past:

I love wolf willow, from the spring with its foul smelling blooms, right through winter when the dried leaves are wonderful to photograph:

Some years we have a hard frost before the leaves have fallen, leaving great leathery remnants clinging to the trees:


I will have to hunt for some lichen, I know I have some somewhere...
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Nice to find a number of colleagues for these two images.
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Very interesting....images.We don't get those around here.
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I found some shots from a trip we took to Washington State a few years ago - including a slime mould shot I didn't know I had!




Liverwort



Slime mould on the move...

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