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Do you have any clue on what this could be ?

After adjustments in AP, I was surprised to get so many colours from it. This is... see below

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This is a piece of tree bark : Cork oak (Quercus suber) ;) I did not colourize anything !

Amazing colours and texture...

Patrick


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An intreaguing image. I had a close look at it before I saw the answer and thought I was clever in identifying it. But then you said 'of course' it was tree bark which deflated me somewhat!

John


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8 minutes ago, John Rostron said:

An intreaguing image. I had a close look at it before I saw the answer and thought I was clever in identifying it. But then you said 'of course' it was tree bark which deflated me somewhat!

John

Right... it was only there to help. I've changed the way I introduce the subject.

Patrick


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Some trees are colourful to begin with, and always they have wonderful textures. Yes, I've found you can often get fantastic results by cranking up the saturation on bark.

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35 minutes ago, Kasper-V said:

Some trees are colourful to begin with, and always they have wonderful textures. Yes, I've found you can often get fantastic results by cranking up the saturation on bark.

Hi Kasper-V,

I like too these textures/colours. I have so many of them which amaze me... but I stop posting to avoid forumers' weariness ;)

Cheers,

Patrick


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2 hours ago, Kasper-V said:

But please don't stop altogether, Patrick!

Steve

Hi Steve,

Thank you for your kind words. I've already posted a few photos these last weeks when learning APhoto (well I still do).

Cheers,

Patrick


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On 4/23/2018 at 10:48 PM, Pattou said:

Do you have any clue on what this could be ?

After adjustments in AP, I was surprised to get so many colours from it. This is... see below

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Of course, this is a piece of tree bark : Cork oak (Quercus suber) ;) I did not colourize anything !

Amazing colours and texture...

Patrick

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WOW...!! :1_grinning: This is amazing art....!!

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4 hours ago, DexaLama said:

 

WOW...!! :1_grinning: This is amazing art....!!

Thanks DexaLama. The subject is indeed amazing.

Patrick


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We all see it in gardens. Children love to blow the seeds... maybe not only children :D

Just playing around with macro photos and APh and just for fun. I'll try to get more complex seeds shapes when I'll have a bit of time.

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Right, this is dandelion :)


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Nothing extraordinary about this picture but I recall this post. While we wait for AP/AD 1.7... what this may well be ? First a closup of the picture.

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And then, the all image :

 

 


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These are cones of some sort. I would not like to say if they were Pine or Fir, but I would incline to the former. At first glance I did wonder about Chile Pine (Arucaria) branches, but thought not. 

John


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9 minutes ago, John Rostron said:

These are cones of some sort. I would not like to say if they were Pine or Fir, but I would incline to the former.

John

Indeed, you are right :)

Cheers,

Patrick


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A very rare specimen... I was happy to find it.

 

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