Year In Review - Ten Favorites

Discussion in 'Nature' started by fgorga, Dec 29, 2017.

  1. Laura,

    Thanks for posting. The macro domain is always fascinating.

    All your photos are very nice, but I think that the slime mold is my favorite.

    I am a retired biochemistry professor. There is a large body of biochemical research on the intercellular signaling that allows slime molds to organize themselves into these fantastic multicellular structures. I don't know much about the subject, but I did attend a few seminars on the topic over the years.

    --- Frank
  2. Mark,

    Do not despair!

    I can only speak for myself, but it has taken years (no make that decades) of practice (and lots of so, so photos) to get to this point.

    Keep at it!

    --- Frank
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  3. Bill,

    A fantastic and unusual photo. Thanks for playing along.

    --- Frank
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  4. Leslie,

    Thanks for posting. All of the photos are very nice.

    My favorite is your first.... for the "strangeness". ;-) Unexpected is always good.

    When I fist saw it my mind said "sandstone", then I read your description and the sutures became obvious.

    --- Frank
  5. I learned that lesson the hard way once as a kid bringing a paper hornet nest in from the cold.
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  7. I am with Mark. I have just started to post images on Photo.Net aftert lurking for a while. Now, after this thread I am actually embarrassed. Your photos are all so incredible!
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