GET LOST IN THE BEAUTY OF NATURE ( Part 3) - A LITTLE WORLD BENEATH YOUR FEET

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Hi friends!

This is part 3 of the "GET LOST IN THE BEAUTY OF NATURE" series. For those people who are new to this series, I'm working on a collection of nature photographs, all of which were taken in my hometown. It doesn't matter what the subject is as long as it or they are natural.

In this section, I travel to the forest and photograph moss, mushrooms, and other small plants. On my 35mm, I employed a technique called "Reverse lens" to shoot macro. Despite the shallow depth of field, I believe I eventually got some decent images.

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These are moss photographs. They are supported by a root that is visible on the ground. It has some blue flowers growing next to it, which are quite lovely.

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I'm not sure whether you can see anything in this photo, but there's a spider on the leaves. I attempted to approach as close as possible, but I was afraid of scaring the spider away.

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I'm guessing these are weed seeds. They're teeny-tiny and stick out in the bushes.

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These photos are of mushrooms that I found on the ground. These appear to be quite large in photographs, but in reality, some are only the size of a pen tip. I was having a hard time taking these shots because if you just shake your hand a little, the picture will be out of focus; it's a really stringent rule, special these three, I had to take around 8,9 shots to have a final result.
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The first episode has come to a close. I'm looking forward to sharing part 4 with you. Thank you for taking the time to read this.

             *Open each one in a separate tab to appreciate the picture*

               Thank you for reading and supporting me. Have a nice day!
    
                                        PEACE!
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