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Today I visited Rostellan Woods, a forest park ca. 10 kilometres south from Midleton (the town where I'm living). I wished to photograph the easter bunny - but I only found the easter fern. :-) I'm not 100% percent sure in the ID (any help welcome), but I guess these are young leaves of Male fern (Dryopteris filix-mas). On the workshop photo you can see mature leaves.
Photo: taken in manual exposure mode, with using diffuse flash and macro converter lens. PP: reducing the highlights, enhancing shadows a bit.
Thanks for looking at this replacement bunny. :-)
To admins / mods: the category is questionable, but a fern is not a flower, not a tree and not a lichen either.
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Great macro with great work of the Flash, excellent sharpness and details, and for
the WS photo you have choose a fine POV and framing for a beautiful perspective, TFS
Ciao Laszlo, elegant composition with beautiful fern on fare BG, splendid light, wonderful natural colors, excellent sharpness and fine details, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- [2017-04-18 2:56]
Hi Laszlo,i can't help you about the name but i'm sure to be useful for you when you will post an unknown butterfly...ehehe..magnificent pic of the leaves of this fern,with the typical form of this month before to open as i can see in the WS,interesting post and top class pic. Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Quite well captured this fern against semi dark BG. Exposure looks good too but I personally prefer bit more details on the main focused subject.
I have no idea about its category, sorry. Hope one day someone will give you proper answer.
Thanks for sharing,
Regards and have a nice week,