tough terrain … September 5, 2013 / Dr. Denny Wilkins Yep. A few bugs in the lower image. Share this:TwitterFacebookRedditPinterestTumblrLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Psilly Cybin! That top one could be an astrophoto of the surface of the sun Dr D and the textures and colors are very very engrossing.
Very cool, Denny. I’m taking a cue from Frank and thinking this is the innards of a mushroom. Very creative to go looking there for an image. On reflection, it seems a very natural source for texture and space, and some store-bought ones would seem to provide a wealth of opportunity inside where it’s warm in the coming winter months.
How’d you get it all orange like that?
Denny may be too polite to admit that he’s a saturation junkie Greg (G). As they say on the playground, “Takes one to know one!”
That sounded rude upon reexamination…let me rephrase please. I believe that you have great appreciation for color saturation in the world around us Denny and it shows in your captures. You seek it out, you find it, you bag it. Bravo! These look like Chanterelles, goldens maybe? If so they’re quite prized for culinary purposes…but don’t chow down on my say so! http://naturalhistory.uga.edu/~gmnh/mycoherb_site/gabasidios.htm#falsechant
Sure, I enhanced the color a bit. But these were shot at sunset, and the damn things are really a fiery orange.
Hell, Frank … the truth is never rude … I have become a saturation junkie. I may need a 12-stepper soon …
Hey! You’re making people happy Denny including yourself. What better goal can there be in life? Later if you start resorting to petty crime and meth sales to support your photography habit, then we can get out the wet towels, duct tape, and “Intervention For Dummies” handbook. Image processing software wouldn’t include saturation controls if we weren’t supposed to use them, we hold this truth to be self evident!